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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 3, 1958
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bar. -color recognize they that,aaaQSll the. at Judaism of branch
)4) page on continued( -Coca- Cook the Institutions National the NAACP Wash- of Cobb Montague D.I! 1534.c, 14. to conservative the of leaden
local the of chairman is Chicago -Medial Chicago ia Discrimination auspices joint the under Hamilton Hotel the at chieago n -IJoven&tr about Cleveland at her brotherhoodaward.annual Movement's claim Vatican's' the establish spoke
: -spiritual 600 to Reich Rabbi
of Falls G. Arthur Dr. iation.I d n ,E to committee the announe-I meeting The' today.., ed 23-24 May., held be will ,-Injured and plaintiff the beat boxer the with presented was. supposed is action The cardinal.Catholic!.pussyfooting. no be must there
Negro first Church's '
Aaoc-, Medical State Prairie the Columbia of District the of Society Committee, i-Integration Hospital on Conference \ the that charges, damages $50,000$ America.He appointment' "added He declared. ,.Va. Norfolk
and Association Physicians ty -.MedieoChlnigieal. the Association the'inference of chairman C D. .ngton -National IMHOTEP. Second The seeks which suit other The of Seminary Theological Jewish Roman the of Reich Paul Rabbi) } ,integration
... the of Movement Brotherhood! -considering seriously reported is XII:'of
- -- - 1954. Universal the of dinner annual Pius Pope that week this said } concerning definite" and "dear
I SET MEETING INTEGRATION Oct. in Cleveland at,him marry 8th the at spoke Truman -Mirror Daily The LONDON)( be must North and South the in
plaintiff\ the asked Moore that together"Mr.us both rabbi the of, attitude The
alleges promise of breach "Negro. the
suit
holds which faith fundamental the NEGRO APPOINT
$250,000$ The 1956. In Ohio overcome of plight the ameliorating in
of violations these
superintendent.HOSPITAL hospital Houston County Lucas in filed originally -interested is that organization fide
Bayles.,, T. Mrs. and Davis Myrtle., 4 were suits the said Attorneys diligentlyto working are we "But MIGHT POPE bona "every! with- themselves align
Mrs.[J Hogan! E.1 J. Dr. Johnson. origin. national. or I should South and North the both
,Thedford Rv.' the Carey, Luther assault. and promise of, breach -religion iiTcelor I difference of because America. of in rabbis says Rabbi Southern
Reeves C. Garth Henderson, charged: She Ohio. Heights injustice. and discrimination \A -Assembly Rabbinical the of convention A NY ,LAKE
.Judge Hoffman Carl Thomas v4f r+ v a- a t Shaker. of Mapp Dollree .by instances are there States United --
E.:J L. Judge include committee Wednesday here $300,000$ totaling the in that acknowledge must
bi-racUl the of members Other suits damage with hit was Moore "we night, Sunday said Truman IntegrationKTAMESAHA
Archie. Champion. Heavyweight Mr. **brotherhood of spirit true
LJtent- Ky.., LOUISVILLE> the In ourselves at look we
-committee.' finance the of chairman .

Leo financier and ,Beach committee Miami building Robinson Suit 300G dis- racial of instances crimination."If overcome: s '
the
of chairman Is Brooks Luther to Ameri-diligently says: Truman working Harry are dent cans Aid d to Told T Rabbis

Avery. with Socked -PresI- Former YORK NEW
Lester, is structure foot square :

20,000 new the for Architect occupancy.)( -r- -, Moore Truman . .aCla. .

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for ready' is building new' the bias I
]until hospital 30-fced present the :' "
at continued be will services: Army. the into going
-surgical' and medical "Complete .. -before diploma school, high, his

added. Davis corporation. 'Hospital I serve to hospital new a for dream I award be to scheduled,is streets -received Institute he where Rosary% La Holy Lafayette and 4 page on Continued award... this merit to system
Dr. place Ut NW 1218 at -Memorial Christian non-profit the 20-year almost an of realization 48th* and 47th between ave. 32nd !of .
-Hospital Christian present the over of trustees, of board.'the of provide project $350,000$ "Tne NW of side west the on block I-,MIami of School High Washington :Jack-< of Williams L. J. worker, Company's- the of supervisors' 35' with competed Grant Mrs.
civic and teacher
*10 we sine' building new -chairman Davis P. Ira Dr. said! falL the in% expected building I .entire an hospitaleoverin.C. 50-bed a T Booker attended Morley Goodman: retired Miami,; presentation.above the' In culminated which ":Week. Grant E. Muantta
injured. T. burg
Dena Mrs.
geta>to trying been have "We community.Negro the ef needs the the of completion with May., .) in 1 I ed I 1 of construction for contract were others 137" than More Ky. Peters- St. of Dominis. Henrietta a. 27 April through,21 April designated District Miami, The
,Campbell Ft. at Division Mrs. to presented were Plaques on. looks Jr. Portlock H.( L. .Manager while Christopher
Airborne 101st the by drop air mass I E. A. Director Agency Asst. by presented. being Is. award The 1967.

I IA Hospital Christian New for Let be to Contract I aparatroopers in 23 five April of one on killed was Morley P. Urban Rev.Sanford.the and of Bronson, .for supervisor of field .the In person outstanding meat Company''Company

-Jacksonville of Jackson T. Ernest Atty. the being for Award Supervisor' coveted, the receives
performed. were were citations receiving Others Insurance Lift Atlanta the tor' supervisor Grant E. Juanita Mrs...
; PACES SIXTEEN 1958 ,3 MAY ,SATURDAY ,FLORIDA ,MIAMI 36 No. ,YEAR 35th rites military final the where -.. "pioneer
cemetery the as well as church:: **education. in 1e
the to body the escorted honor a as cited was teacher J
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Ellis In Matumxr )Not et mporm J -
Matantor T -r "* -
of guard military special ,A Elementary Davis retired Logan f
officiated., S.J RubyeT.Mrs. members. its of seven, t J
Vavenevette. Jean FT. and Home to tribute paid the.FSTA sion .rI. _
Funeral Range the of : ses- night's Thursday During>I
-direction the under was funeral The I :
*:curriculum revamp
and original "be' to educators the
f told Bailey traditions. scholastic
down break and "experiment" to
f afraid be ,to not teachers the
-challenged..,schools of
i .4 -suPerintendent state Baney D. Thomas

f r citizen. class second a .

__ _ _ Negroa the keep to wrong morally,
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and legally l both is it "but)},
-declared expert history potential
4 page on Continued T Method African the Intcma Randolph- Philip A.' lor registered' have who leaders' the **
S. Bishop participants. workshop Negro influential 300 than more his realizing from opinion., lic F
pub- or
law by
custom
la publishers of committee he n! as attend to limited
deliberaSenior the invited been have the for luncheon day opening .,
politics and, religion erhealth participa Chic from flight{ who leaders Negro outstanding the tO climax a as COme Will been has always Negro "The"
wel- !social education: 'ess. ti special, a arranged has of scores from: endorsement president the of appearance ,Negro.' the for
t leaders. acknowledged from 15 through 0 sessions its -spirited and response :enthusiastic. aide.The citizenship! class second of
with 'arriving is during Chicago l reports May morning Morrow .. .,
each. We Social 12. House White Frederick elimination for called who Patrick e -
cooler- the of approval,"Jar of Conference Nat the, -Monday on underway get sessions E. by week last confirmed, was W. Rembert Dr. professor tory f w
%e.-* e address to eduled League the as address. keynote the. deliver meet the of sponsors his- Florida of University a
and nationally attention r Urban anal, of director will who group theP1jJ.i.sMr's) Association Publishers Newspaper outspokenwas most the of One v a
command: to certain is es executly B. Lester of president Walker C. William National the by., extended Invitation
capa- acknowledged and R, "success. Integration.' andschool voting the of acceptance President's The education. day modem ; e: ._
t -died constructive such of ersons > a meeting the know on decisions Court Supreme S. .MU and 12 May Hotel. Raleigh of challenges the about tell'them
of guidance' .. the under meeting a NAACP the of' tary U. recent the of out arising Ia leaders Negro National country the throughout from
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. progress' Negro In interested: seer executive vJTffltins. Roy -problems critical meeting In nation Conferenceof Summit The of educators top to listened teachers _
i leaders of conference summit ," a the of sections all In leadership -sessions two-day the of day opening tban,1.00G, More week. last School c.
I fora Idea brilliant most. lhat upon pro- the and, "ttoely meeting Negro among unity national ] )the OQ address significant"( ," A Church. Catholic Roman Xavier i High: Senior Northwestern. at
you) congratulate to want -I the called Porters, Car Sleepm developing at aimed sessions deliver mil Eisenhower,, D. ight& +*Dt Francis St. at morning .Thursday'i Miami: In! here history year 63 its
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:wrote Church ,of Brotherhood President tional -workshop Intensive of days two the.!*Presides C. D. "Washington held services: funeral in rites In meetings successful most and

.. military fun, 'with'. rest to laid biggest! the of one closed sociation
,was who ft 52nd NW 3359 of As- Teachers: State Florida The -
Motley! Albert Mrs. and Mr. ttf<< t
of Conference ,,, ,
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By FRANCES E. PALMER

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INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS the following sophomores in hav-
ing attained this distinction: Miss
Installation services toe Dew Paula Dean, daughter of Mrs.
officers of the MToraea's Auxiliary Valderlne Dean and Alfred Evans, 4 ,N,
to the VTW 6021 5 3
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held
were of
son Mr. and Mrs. Alfred EvansSr. '
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Thursday night, April 24 at the ., Florida A and M University, 5
VFW American Legion Hall.Mrs. and
Raymond Albert Pin, Fisk
Edna Carey was the Installing University i
officer. Officers Installed I it f
were Leoncla Mdatosh, president; Gerald M r
MIngo is a patient at
Rowena Finder, senior( vice' president Monroe General Hospital. His 4t\ tr'v' '
; Laur tie Tynes junior rice friends wish him a speedy recov- 4
president; Geneva Hannibal Walton -
secretary; Albertha Sweating try t(
treasurer; Freddy tenDon,
chaplain; Juanita Bennette, con On the sick list: Mrs. Opal g
ductress; !Marguerite Palans Adams, Mrs. L. Dean, Mrs. Lillian r,
guard Mary Roberts, Beulah Roberts, Mrs. Eliza Austin and
Walker and Eloise Brown trustees Mrs. Mary Evans. Friends wish s1i
Eloise Brown, Gloria Wallace them well again soon.
Lucille Small and Ellen McKey,
color bearers; Edna L. Carey historian DEATH
;; WUhelmlna Bastiaa Patriotic r .
instructor; Bernice( Galla- John Devoe, 819 Terry Lane i cr
gher musician; Mercedes Wild died last week at Monroe Generalaospital )

goose, assistant musician; B d n a after a short illness. The line Arts
Concervatory,
Carey, installing officer
; Miry
WhItehead, associate conductress; Funeral services were held on 1023 NW 2nd ave., will have open Ruth Bethel, Ella Clark, Bessie by the Institutional representatives -
Lenora Tynes, banner bearer, Sunday, April 27 from Mt. Zion house on Sunday, May, from 3-5 Seymour, Liberty City; Juanita of David Wilson of troop 99.
and Beulah Walker, flag bearer. Primitive Baptist Church on pan Information about Its sum- Mann, Marie Brown, Brownsville. The troop leaders were W. C.
Thomas St., with the pstor, Rev.
following the installation Cogdell, principal of Bethune;
services -
a repast was served, Lemuel Mllerson officiating He mer program will be given and a Ernest N. Taylor field executive
leaves to mourn, a devoted wife, large attendance Is expected.The 50 BOY SCOUTS'ATTEND ''of the Divisional District; Leroy
Mrs. Agnes Devoe, two daughters, Smith of troop 77, Mr. Harrington
Celebrating birthdays in May: (Mrs. Miriam Rivers of.Tampa and Conservatory offers courses .PRECAMPAREE of troop 74; Samuel Grant of
Mrs Rowena Finder,'.Miss Pnyl- Mrs. Hazel Stirrup of Tarpon for beginners through advanced troop 99 and Frank Woodard of
11* Hannibal, Miss Juanlta,Saunders Springs; two sons, Joseph Davis of study to all age groups in the troop 99.Many.
and Miss Claudine Sawyer Key West and Arthur Russell of department of music arts, drama
Tampa, 10 grand children and 9 and dance. The faculty comprises The Pre-Camparee held at the.
Happy birthday{ to brother, great grand children and a host I highly qualified instructors from Bethune Elementary School playground Openings in
my of friends.A was attended by 50 or
Archie Platter:, who will celebrate the Greater Miami area. more Boy Scouts. I Courses at NHSThe
another J natal day, May 2. THOUGHT It is a non-profit educational The meet was a success and
Institution for the creative arts, leaders as well as scouts availed Evening Division of North- i
Miss Rowena F. Sawyer of Let not your heart be troubUd.. was chartered in 1953, and Is themselves of the opportunity to western High School wishes to
West Palm, ,Beach is in the city Lt not your heart be troubled, open to all. The founders are Ruth brush up on skills they had not I I announce that there are openings
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Wolkowsky Greenfield, B. M., M. mastered well enough to risk ( In the following courses: Dry
neither let It me afraid John
Rowena Finder 210 Olivia St Mus.., director; Tally Brown K. competing for. Cleaning, architectural drafting
1427. L. Pharr and Mary F. Williams.' I The Scouts know that the les-I power sewing, tailoring and gen-
STUDENTS HAILED ,sons he learns for knot tieing, eral woodwork. We also have
The following members of the I fire building, cooking first aid., openings in tailoring at Maya
It's a great pleasure: to anounee Conservatory's PTA will serve as drilling and various types of I High. These classes will continue,
that some of our: young women hostesses at the meeting Sunday: games are but stepping atones to i to operate throughout the sum.
and men in the higher institutions REGISTER Mrs. Erma Lee Frederick, Louise,,, help in 10 of learning are interested in Sands, Miami; Anita Gray, Richmond er-building and his physical, well" For further information 111.
making the honor rolL. TODAY Heights; Alice Harrison, l being. I PL 4-M91 between the hours o*
Douglass school compliments( Doretha Lampkin, Opa Locka; The Camparee was supervisedYYW I I 4 and 9 p.m.

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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples.Newspapcr" .
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Convention .
Episcopal SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1958 PAGE 3MUSIC


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Sets New Record .


By ELLIOTT J. ,P1EZE i national meeting. Sessions were 'Cathedral both Wednesday and
held in the Great Hall of the (Thursday mornings. Thursday OFSEYMOUR'S
The 36th annual convention of Parish House, which was recently morning the United Thank Offering ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
the (Diocese of South Florida of built at a cost of $350,000.The was presented.
the Episcopal Church met at the .opening religious serviceof (Evening prayer was also held MUSIC STUDIOAt
Cathedral Church of St. Luke the convention was held In the Wednesday at which time the Rt.
in Orlando on Tuesday Wednes- Cathedral Tuesday night. One Rev. Harwood Sturtevant retie 1366 ''N.W. 5th Ave. (second floor) .
day and Thursday of last week. hundred and fifty marched in the! ed bishop of Fond du Lac, was
The Rt. Rev. Henry Loufttit, long and Impressive procession : the guest preacher.The VOICE PIANO ORGAN
bishop of the Diocese presidedover with Bishops Wing (Moses and ,Our Teachers are Fully Experienced
the convention. Bishop Lout Louttlt bringing the rear. convention adopted a rec-
tit was ably assisted Hay the Rt. Bishop Louttlt delivered up a very ord budget of $385,955 for the For Appointment Phone FR 1-9S33 J19
.Rev. William F. Moses. suffragan enusuing year.
this
impressive sermon on occa- _
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of the Diocese.
bishop The convention adjourned at
The convention was hailed as sion.Morning: prayer and Corporate noon on Thursday and will meet ,
one of the finest ever held in the Communion were held in the next year in Lakeland.
Diocese's history and established REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTERHours
a number of new records.
: 10:00 a.m to 10:00 'p.m8) Appointment
DELEGATES ,FROM MIAMI

SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, ,Whirlpool firths, Thtrapsutlo
Delegates (from Miami included -
: From St. Agnes: The clerical Baths, Colenlo Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing Electronic
delegate was the Ven. JohnE. Facials* Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning'
Culmer rector. Lay delegateswere Therapy ,Rubdowns, Rshabllftatlon' Therapy, :MtchsnU! '101M
Dr. I. P. Davis, Sgt. Leroy
Smith and Elliott J. Pieze. Sue Harris, R.N.. P.T., Director WIllie C. Coffee, Masscurcr
From the Church of the Incar-
nation: Thn' clerical delegateswere I Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street
Fr. Elisha Clarke and Deacon SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN \HOTtC)
H. E. S. Reeves. The lay dele- I
gate was William Hanna.
From Christ Church the 'clerical -
delegate was Fr. Theodore R. g1 _j-
Gibson. The lay delegate was
Arthur Baker. WHY TRADE WHY 'BUY NEW
To the Women's Auxiliary
which also met at the same time,
delegates from the Miami area COMPLETE TV OVERHAUL
were Mrs. Veronica Bynoe, Mrs. ,
I Lenora Thompson and Mrs. HenxMta CHEAPER FOR YOU
Carey from St. Agnes. ''In|
. 'TFrom the Church of the Incarnation Includes Picture tube, small tubes,: parts
were Mrs. Julia Clarke 1 Year All Parts, Tubes, Gntvantj \ I,
and (Mrs. Altamese Jarrett.
Mrs. Maggie Cash Mrs. Ross 17-Inch ........ $38.50 Ethical: Business

White and Miss Thelma Anderson 21 Inch .......... 48.50 Practices,(
s; represented Christ Church. I 24 Inch! .......... 58. 50 I
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CULMER HIGHLIGHTS H. H. iNeshe 3132 N.W. 22nd Ave.

I CONVENTIONThe Phone NE 545949 I

highlight of the convention -
\ was the report made in the . .

J form of an address by the Ven. ARMED FORCES DAY-95'. Afor febf ....,... to Hw *. h''
John E. Culmer of St. Agnes. In "lie.,..,., U. S. Marines dtebv with ,.ekes .tomchtn, KfM Motkl.
the capacity of Archdeacon of has, sad rifle I. .. .*M.H .......,.t.... M.ri... Corps .....n..
Negro work, Fr. Culmer delivered ttoM will bold ".*.* homo" .. wUd. Mblta IMT too the MOM PAUL'S FAMOUS BAR-B-QUE
a very brilliant and comprehensive .. address which captivated ,UCLleague 1432 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-9205,
the convention. lie received loud
applause. (Cor. N.W. 3rd Ave. & 14th Terr.) 1r

LARGE NUMBER PRESENT Says W to The Finest In

A total of 145 clerical and 278 BAR.B-CUE RIBS CHICKEN'We
lay delegates attended the con-
vention. In addition to the delegates -

approximately 300 visitors the New ConstitutionThe cater to parties, banquets, etc
and observers were present to
watch the proceedings. OPEEN ALL NITE FRI. & SAT.
The retired Bishop John D.
Wing of the same Diocese was Florida Voter's League parts of Florida. The meetingwas Free Delivery Service ;
present throughout the conven- held one of its regular meetings, presided over by the State i 1 1NightIngale
tion and participated in much of at Bethune Beach, New Smyrna, president Edwin D. Davis. Jack Richardson, Mgr
the preceedings. Sunday pm, April 20.
Among the items on the agenda
The convention opened Tues- This meeting was well attended
the be
following
of
some may
day afternoon with the organi! having representatives from all considered worth mentioning.

Report of the latest registration -
figures !from the several
College
Congressional District of Florida. I
Analysis of permanent registration -
NEW SPRING CLASS NOW
law to become effective ANNOUNCES
Jan. 1, 1960.Report FORMING IN

of the proposed New Assistant '
Constitution.! Physicians Training
Preview of State wide elections
November 1958. ENROLL NOW Day and Er.enID" ClaueaWe
By unanimous vote the Florida % UmltISlze,, of Classes
Voters' League went on record to Find. out how you can earn more
work against and vote against the Get prestige by becoming a Nightingale Trained
proposed new Constitution to be Graduate _. FREE PLACEMENT to all graduates
elec-
Ik1P" voted on In the November
tion. The organization opposedthis CALL MRS. CRAFT TODAY

rw the following new Constitution reasons: because: of FR 3-1675 265 N.W., 5th Street


Unfair reapportionment.
Reiteration of segregation laws
which are contrary to the Federal -
Constitution.The .
unjust provision on missegenstion FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED. ,
; which in effect says
that illegitimate children born ef APARTMENTS
mixing of the races may not .
carry the father's name or sharein
: of the father's estate.' Choice Location
'A1 ter any part .. .,
The Florida Voter's League
will hold Its next regular meet ELECTRIC
tag the 4th Sunday: in May at FREE WATER

Orlando. GAS

Teenage Ball at
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tP4 Dixie Park FridayThe FLORIDA BEALTY'j

: most sensational teenage
ball of the year will be sponsoredby "
the Hi-Y Clubs of the high 'J"'I, I"''

schools throughout the county. 1099 N.W. 3rd Ave. 'PR 1-4554 '
This World Service Hi-Y Ball, :.
The teachers and children of 8t Francis Xavier 8cheol with/ to will be conducted In the beautlil -' ;'
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tttank the many frlonda who mad the Contest and Fashion .how a I I
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May pjn.
success. Charming Gilda Knowles WM chosen as queen and George Contact a member of your HI- t':"

Vance Smith, king. The attendant was Hazel Ambroot. Ths'Grand Y school club invitation.today and arrangeto Our Classified Column Get p *tlt"" I ,
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PAGE 4 : SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1958 Opa Locka Civic Club I ,

'During the last election the I .
Opa Lodca Civic Club was very
successful in getting most of the
registered voters to vote, whichhas
been very rare in past elec
tions.
Now, they are promoting a contest
among the children in! the
TEMPORA MUTANTUR NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS schools of North Dade to name
their park on which labor !is being
"The Time An
Cijiged And We Are Changed With Them"Office
done
by the club.
/ .t 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2238 The contest began April 29 and
Plant at,6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone PL 46128 all entries must be in by midnight
4a May 27. All entries must be sent
Entered a* Second Clan. Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Poet Office it to P. O. Box 1399 care of Opa
Miami, Florida, under the act cf March 8, 1876 Locka Civic Club, Inc.
The best name submitted shall
H. E. 8JGISMUND REEVES, Editor receive a $25 bond.
GARTH C. REEVES! Associate Editor and Business Manager Albert Tresvant, who !is president
of the organization, declaresthat '
I it is the fastest growing I in I
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Dade County. Our hats are off
to him and the clob.HOSPITAL I .y xa q a w

I, EPISCOPAL CONVENTION 6 M4i

Last week wo attended the 86th Annual Convention MEET

of the Episcopal ,Church in the Diocese of South Florida,i (continued from page 1) '
held in the city of Orlando, with the St. Luke's Cathedralas sponsoring committee. ; *
host. The NAACP, the NMA and Y- Y ef
Ye Editor has been attending these 'conventions since Medico-Chi, sponsored the first I fi
(the early twenties when conference which was held March
three four Negro
or priests and
8-9, 1957 in Washington, D. C.,
perhaps one or two Negro delegates attended. Today at the 15th Street Presbyterian
there are seven priests and one Perpetual Deacon mem Church
ber of the convention with about 40 delegates. The first conference, which ._ -
The convention is integrated in services, sessions and was attended ,by professional, lay I -- -
social affairs. and organizational delegates from Archie Brownlee (land the Original FIve ,Blind .Boys of Mlsslnlp
all over the country, demonstrated pi will appear at the Poinciana Elementary School In Boynton Beach
Housing is not integrated But we cannot altogether that racial discrimination is
Thursday, May 8 at 8 and at Longshoreman's Hall, 818 NW 2nd
hold the convention p.m.
for this still
responsible since hotels in an important problem in hospital
Florida, except ..Ina few instances, have not as yet opened practices in! the United Ave., Miami, Friday, May 9. Advance admission, $1.25, door $1.60.
their 'doors for Negro States. The facts revealed also In Boynton Beach ticket: are now on sale at the Alberry Resident,
they will. patronage. Perhaps some day made clear that the anti-discrim- 204 NE 13th ave.,, In Miami,tickets are on sale at .....tt'* Cleaner,
nation provisions of the The
Negro delegation was housed at some beautiful ,Survey) and Construction Act Get nowlOmegas !
private homes, the Florida Hotel and the Sun-Glo Hotel. Hill-Burton Act) has been yours
The Sun-Glo is o4 the South Orange Blossom Trail. It is meaningless in effecting any
hanges in practices because the
owned by the Frank Manuel Construction Co. (white), government has no control over Entertain . Pres. To Address
and managed by a Negro, Sgt. Charles Wilson, assisted by hat hospitals do once funds
Mrs. Doris Wilson. There are 16 apartments and eight leave been allotted for construc- 800 Guests. ConferenceContinued i

motels. They are very well furnished, with rates M $4.00 tion.The Second Conference will from page 1
per day or night More than 800 funseekers 'v
Our also be on a nation-wide basis packed the Jim Jam Club last charge of the program has been !
party included Fr.
and Mrs. Elisha Clarke. Jr. and is expected to devote special
and Mr. ;William Hanna. attention to the Hill-Burton Thursday night as Sigma Alpha responsible for the issuance of
Chapter of Psi invitations to 676 from
Omega Phi fraternity persons 29 .
Going by Sunhine Parkway, we turned off at 68 and problem. Workshops for devel- entertained with their an- states and two foreign countries. .
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were able to seo some of the roofless houses, uprooted oping approach program to the and techniques problem will for nual Cabaret Dance. Many visiting Hotel reservations and confer- t
large pine trees,etc, evidence of the damage done by the !form the core of the work for this teachers attending the FSTA ence site arrangements are in '
recent tornado that struck that area.. Conference, which will have the convention enjoyed the evening charge of Mrs. Thomasina W.
with friends.
Prize winners
Norford
were special administrative
--- proceedings of the first Imhotep ((1)) Otis Green; ((2)) Earline :McGee assistant to the NNPA president, [
SENTINEL BUYS BULLETIN I meeting for its guidance. During ; (3) Bert Jackson. who
From the since the last conference established Washington I.
Tampa I year
comes that
news the Florida
Sentinel
headquarters
at Raleigh
there has been little I Hotel on
C.Bulletin.Blythe Andrews, owner, has purchased the Tampa I I change in the picture as significant a whole. Teachers Meet May 1.Workshop. (..

sessions, led by out-
Continued from 1
NOTICEThe page
standing
authorities
INTEGRATED on the vari-
ORDINATION Nightingale Singers will sonvllle, retired teacher, and Mrs. ous facets of Negro life in he
Recently Bishop Marmion of Southwestern Virginia appear in person tonight, May 2 Irene R. Straughter, Miami, retiring United States., will cover civil
ordained two white at the Longshoreman's Hall at FSTA president. rights, voting rights, rural living
clergymen
with
Negro priests parts 816 NW 2nd ave. This sensational The association installed Wil and agriculture, employment, education -
in
cipating the service at Lynchburg, Va. This is the first singing group is highly commended liam H. Jackson of Ocala, pres. housing, vote registra-
such case known Living Church Magazine. Those ordained were the Rev. gospel singing. Don't miss this I delinquency, and inter-national
Roger Walke treat Taking over as vice presidents relations.
and the Rev. McRae Werth. Negro partici are James J. Gardener, Wilson; End objective of the sessions it i
t' pants were the Rev. H. Albion Ferrell and the Rev. Henry John H. Hopkins, St. Petersburg;; to arrive at a "Statement of Pol-
; B. Mitchell. Ordination was held after Bishop Marmion and Cato Roach Jr., Fort Laud- icies" agreed to at the Summit
;' had received protesta from the vestry at Martinsville over FR 91703Call erdale. Mrs. Marian n, Shannon Meeting, which will contain com f
the holding of an integrated youth conference. Miami, was named recording mon goals and methods to be
TAYLOR secretary. Jackson succeeds Mrs. used by the nation's Negro lead ,
Straughter !in the top office ership to obtain them. '(,
! A SOUTHERN RABBI SPEAKS I ,).

.I Rabbi Reich: of Norfolk, Va., addressing 600 spiritual ,(
leaders at the annual convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America said that Rabbis in both the North
t and South should align themselves with "every bona fide

t' organization that Is Interested in amelioroting the plight AN
: of the Negro." OPEN LETTER

! The attitude of the rabbi both in the South and North V: I

, must be "clear and definite" concerning integration, Rabbi :

I Reich added "there must be no pussyfooting." : To all My Customers l

NO REASON FOR IGNORANCEWhen '
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an individual cannot write, it becomes legal and Friends
for him to touch a pen or make an X when someone else qL"ViY i I
writes his name on a document. We have known persons

who could write, refuse to do so stating that they would Dear Folk, i
just make an X. Naturally, we stave urged the necessity ':
for signing\their names, even though the writing is poor.
If you read The Miami Herald for May 1, you will I am happy to tell you,tfikt I am now tiling pars for the BIRD 1

probably understand: at what we are getting.In CHEVROLET CO. In Perrfoe on U. S. 1. t ,

this journal, the story is told of a Willie Dewberry

of Florida ctty, who is about to lose the home he owned It is a good deal for u* both because now I can give . .abso
for 18 years, because he signed a contract for repairs and lutely the best deal you :;
improvements with an X. He could neither read nor write. possible on a new 1958 Chevrolet) or Oldsmobile ',.

There are many others who have lost their homes by . or you can select one of our fine O. K. used .car*. J JAll
signing(contracts they,have not read, or had read to ,them. '

It's a little trouble to read the small print. Even of you know that I refuse to be beat on any deal-so if
or
you
people who can read, seldom read it, but it pays to do so. your friends are ready to trade-call 1
If you can when It comes to property, get a lawyer or me today at CEdar 53521. ,
someone who knows. The cost is not prohibitive and you
Remember, Ike said buy nowll!! ,But let's
will be safe. keep (the business In the

Here we want to tell anybody who cannot read or family. ,
write, age 18 to 90: You can still learn to' read and write *

and it costs you nothing. You might have to spend one Sincerely yours, 4
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dollar for materials, but your County School Board pays BUD WARD .
your tuition. Can you beat that? There is no reason for

anyone to bo ignorant. P.S.-My home phone is PLaza
,Go to the beautiful Northwestern School in Liberty : 7.7207 ':
City Work in the day, but go to school at night. You can i
dlso'go'<< to other schools at night-free of cost i

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C. H. Henry Wins 13th .
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Sigma, Omicron chapter of theAlpha --
Chi Pi Omega sorority (
:culminated its kiddies parade '
with a Frappe Sip at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Mitchell, Broward Term Masonic Heady .
Sunday atternoon, April 20. County as

first' prize winner was awarded -
to little Gretchen Williams Newt
C. ILYTHE ANDREWS
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Williams. Second prize winnerwas Jacksonville C. H. Henry of THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper
little Andre V. Mitchell son byWa't. grand! I
of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Mit ., Bow mister ofnthe19Most Worshipful as SATURDAY, ,MAY 3, 1958 PAGE 3:;
chell. Richard Rolle was the third Union Grand Lodge of Masons ina .
prize winner son of Mr. and Mrs. stormy and 'bitter election.He I '
Jonathan Rolle. defeated on the first ballot Lauderdale nominated himself and, THREE JOUSTED
The C W. H. Chamber of Fred Alexander of Gaines- defeated C. T. Taste of Pensacola
The consolation winners were Commerce:> will meet at the home ville and Dr. R. R. Williams of and Aaron Buggs of Jacksonville Three prominent lenders-{Iv.\;
r, f .. Aduler Grant and Alma J. WIN of E. K. lIard.1A Monday May 5 Tampa. The vote was McNair 59, Taste S. H. Hunter, Bishop W. r. E-: I
llama. at 8:30: U members are The ballot was secret in contrast 47 and Buggs 28. and Atty. >Horace Jim we.-'
asked to be present at 8204 SW to the usual standing vote G. A. McColl lost his post as ousted from the Grand Lodge U -
JESCA HappeningsHAPPENINGS 20th St., West Hollywood. O'Neal of the past and Mr. Henry received Grand Junior Warden to J. H. cause they were found not to u'
t Johnson, president; E. K. Hardy 132 votes Mr. Alexander, Goodson. 78 to 72. on the square.

!AT JE4CA secretary. 43 and Dr. Williams, 23. Benjamin F.. Irving was re-
;, DID YOU ''KNOW Mr. Henry was placed in nom-
elected Grand Secretary and al.so
The Fat Few dub No. 3
For Efficient
!intion'by Rev. J. S. Johnson an secretary> of the Masonic Benefit Prompt.
It is natural for children to win meet at the home of Mrs. AME pastor. Mr. Alexander wu -
Fund with service
''t... want to be animals birds alr Lonnie Brown 4220 SW 18th it, nominated by Atty. Ernest Jack- opposition.
l planes etc. This Identification West Hollywood. All members ion and Dr. Williams in a bril- Rev. R. H. Wilson defeated Phone PL 4-4909
(I ,, with things in their world make are asked to 'be present. Mrs. Al- lant speech by Attorney Francisco Rev. H. G. Overstreet for treasurer -
h art and music come alive devel- theria Martin president; Mrs. Rodriguez.The 83 to 51. RUDY'S TV
ops rhythmic consciousness and Vera Shelton recording secretary.The Rev. H. H. Robinson was elect. T
stimulates the imagination. Thus election started around 6 ed Grand Chaplain without op- adRADIO
we say that there is no completely and Ha! o'clock Wednesday and it was position.
West Hollywood -
unmusical person because well past midnight before all the REPAIR
landale Beauticians' Guild will Claude Keys, Robert Williams,
music and art are in the officers were elected.It .
meet on Tuesday May 6 at 2 Preston Rainey and W. H Tarp- Guaranteed ServU
day to. day life of children. took more than an hour for
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Olffa the election of Grand Master, because Icy were elected to the Masonic Pick and Deliver
I PATRON'S COUNCIL' ,NEWS Cooper in Hallandale. AU members after each stirring speechthe Benefit Board.MILLNER up
are uked to attend by the partisan crowd would shout 9 a.m. to 10i30 part
To coin "a time Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe.C. WINS' SEAT
a phrase, good president,
'I and mill and try to win votes by
'' 6801 N. W. 16th An.
was had by all sums up the
various maneuvers. F. Henry Williams Rev. H. G
( evening of delightful entertainment W. H. :Fire Department will A. Flemmlng, long time Masonic Overstreet T. D. Dix and Rev V
the parents of Center One- sponsor a Print Dress Ball May leader won his second termas I J. C. Sams were elected Grand
.: enjoyed last Friday evening at a deputy grand muter by defeating ,Trustees with opposition, but
I, social gathering. There were Rudoplh Bradley of Miami Rev. A. E.l Crumady was defeat.
games tag dancing, and good MINCY'S 96 to 12.NOMINATES. ed for his post by W. P. Millner JOIN THE NAACI'1
food on the blll-of-fare and tor
climax the evening a self-stylet HIMSELF .,.
Grande March was held. Mrs Lawn Service I'

r Branch the present acting chair Phone PL 7-6974 The unusual occurred in the CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR
man of the council brought to the election for Grand Senior War
fore all of the thoughts uppermost den when Willie McNair of Ft.,
After 4s30
in the minds of all of w.I' p.m. I
\ Plant Spraying Soil ''LAy DELLSPLUS
Parents what a nice way to 12 at the Paradise Club in Liberia.
strengthen the bond of a single Lawn Maintenance Tickets are on sale at all
purpose between us; remember. i fullness places.
that your services are always 6511 N.W. 12th Ave.
I' welcomed the James W. Wilson of For t
needed and at cen.ters.
Keep in mind that the meet. Apt. 15 Lauderdale celebrated his 21st (/Noble (Thin Man) Watts and Band
lug time of the centers are the birthday on April 28 Congratulations -
f, second Tuesday evening and the M3 FRL, :SA T. SUN. MAY 2-3-4:

I;, second Wednesday evening at I--...-. _..a ..ss.................... ........_... ,
Centers One and two respectively, ----
5HOP AT SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m2 a.m.
DAY CARE ACTIVITIES'Parties .

are held the last Friday Barkley's Cut RateWHERE .
of ewfii month celebratingthe BEGINNING MONDAY MAY 5
,
birthdays of children born in
each month while school is open I QUALITY LIES
ed. Our children enjoy these parties -
so much and In many Instances 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376 JAMES BROWNAnd
f the parents look forward
to sharing the parties with the
other children at the center. Gifts, Cards, Dolls and Gifts of all Kind The Famous Flames

I STAFF NOTES Pokon Seta Ml I." Oroooor tota ft.1t to 12SlltM I
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't, Men's BOK NightHandkeehisf. PLUS -
Three members of the D a y _......_ .tl Cologne Sot 1.25 !."
'\. Care staff of the Agency tr t r every lectrto' Iron .... .... Old Spies Cologne LUKE '(Fats) GONDO AND 'BAND
forunate In attending the Watt Basket ./, and Lanolin __..,...... 1.00 I
convention of the Child Welfare Winter to. Approaching Evening In Paris SWEETHEART NIGHT EVERY MONDAY
League of America held at the Modlclno' So* _...__ 1.00 l.tl
McAllister Hotel April 2423. Seott'a Emulsion' .91 1.7t Comb and Brush Showtime 9130.12100ADMISSION
L useful information was brought Dr. Brown's Magnolia Seto _.__ 1.00 2..'
,, back to be shared with the other Remedy __.......-. MlFatlt M...'. Small BrlofCam 75
teachers of the Centers. Those I John ...._ M 1M __..,.... 2.M Cents
teachers attending! were Mr*. Yaramln' Tab --... Mi Evening 'In Part
Selena Ponder Mrs. L. Neataua ,I K1n(. MonTa Sets _... 2.10 tick Deodorant, 2 for $1
and Mrs. Ann La1ud.t' I It
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PALMSiHAU.ANDAU :
LEST WE FORGET J SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK

The Day Care Centers are established Where Prices Are Right
to perform a service to I .
the parents of the community. We 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue "

Ute to feel that the child and its W. Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376 I
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Seniors serving on various com-

'Red Cross Leadership for State MeetBy mittees. '
Meeting with the local group
C. W. SENIORS were Morticians Benton of Fort
Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Cole-
'I Plans for the Florida Funeral man and Eugene Stevens of Wen
I'I Directors and Morticians Associa- Palm Beach, L. R. Sears of Fort
I: tion, Inc. set for the Mary Elizabeth Myers, Mr. and Mrs Portlex of
Planning Day Saturday
Hotel, June 24 to 26 were Pompano, O. H. Gause of Bartow,
completed April 25 at the monthly Ernest Clark of St. Petersburg
meeting of the Dade Morticians Max Starts of Orlando and Mr.
r at Richardson Mortuary, with the and Mrs. Maxwell Charlow of
Annual Junior ''Bed Crow El -- State Convention Committee as Plant City.
meatary Leadership Training. Day THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"PACE their guest. The public program
will be held at PhytUa Wheatley will be held Thursday evening,
School 1801 NW 1st place, from 6 SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1958 June 28 at St. John's Baptist

0 ajn. to 33: *, pjau, Saturday, Church, with Dr. Ralph Bunche, ASTHMATICSI
May 3. Mrs. Elizabet b Hspy John. T. K. Alexander or Vice President
I son, junior Red Grow chairman Nixon as the main speaker. W_ .s a00er
I for Negro Kemeatary schools, Women Unitein A sound program of recreation: ,;;;;r;:&. ,...\
announced. Negro al features and sober organizational lMn'. ""

Miss Ruby King.; Junior Red business has been planned. < onion tv ct.I:: ,
Cross teacher-ponwr at Phyllis B. Solomon Jr., was elected con-
Wheatley, Is a general chairman vention chairman with Morticians J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
j for the Leadership Training Day Aid to YouthWashington Albert, Allen Bam, Bethel, 410 N.W. 62nd St, Miami, Fla
which will be attended by approximately 1a11'
'1 " 1 1 L1 1COMMO'NITY
I 125 carefully chosen
leaders from the fourth and fifth D. C.Twenty- president, Mrs. Bethune, stressed -
grades of the 18 elementary one heads of national women's this need for unified purpose
schools in Dade. Teacher-spon organizations affiliated with the and action in a letter addressedto
sore from each of the schools will National Council of Negro Wo- Council women just prior to g
assist with the program.A men have issued a call In sup- her death in 1959. In her last let-
full schedule of Junior Red port of a campaign to strengthen ter dated April 11, 1955, Mrs. Be- DRUG STORECOR.
Cross project will be followed family life with special emphasis thune wrote: "This is the time,
throughout the day to, train the on the ,welfare of youth, Miss this Is the hour to stand on our
young people as leaders of next Dorothy I. Height, president an- own two feet, with everyone of N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
year'e school organization nounced today. The call launches us giving and sharing the fuU
Principals of elemenatry a 50-day Mobilization Campaign! prosperity which God ,has given PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
schools have been invited to, the April 27 June 16. Mrs. DaisyE. us.'"
social period beginning at 230pj Lampkin and Mrs. Mary N. Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
Saturday. White of Pittsburgh are the co- Hours of Service '
Present student; officers of the chaIrmen. COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN.SERVICE_
'> Junior Red Cross elementary I The campaign will be conducted Changed For 'StampCollectors' 8EALTE8T ICE 'CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
i county council are: President, with the support of the
l I Wayne Fulton 42S NW Oth St, national organizations who reach WindowActing Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 84704C.
,: Douglas Eeleracctary; ytoe presi! 850,000 women In church, fraternal .
I dent' Dorothy Gallon, 5233 NW business, profess' l'a! and civil Postmaster E. M. Dun- M. JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop
32nd Are Bethune Elementary; groups, using the slogan: Each lap today stated that, effective
\L secretary Jacquelyn' Love, 1470 One> Reach One Every Day Tuesday, April 29, the hours of ''- 1'1 1 ' :'. "
NB For Fifty Days. service at the. philatelic window,
154th TIf!:rr, Liberty CityEtemenluT
*. tearwrer! Betty main post Office, would be from
; The women will recruit 25,000 10 am. to 1 p.m. ,1:30: p.m. to
Grant. 15dT> JOT 18th PL,
Buodie: Pxcrk Il'T.qaeritary. new. members from ail walks oflife 5 pm. Monday through .Frlday. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
into local council activity. The window will not be openedfor
J '.Newsiafifeti.., cfflecn. of the Together they hope to expand the service on Saturday. This SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
elementary 'gwraeg wQL be 'elected council program through an Educational service, exclusively for stamp
I daring tw:&rMm.. Elizabeth Foundation Fund and collectors, is the only window of PSYCHIC READERLet
; JOQOXKV U treaty; chairman secure' a new Headquarters Building this type south of Washington,
) will totrU2 the, new officers. at 3 as a memorial to Mrs. Mary D. C. and, although It has only
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pjn. McLeod Bethune, founder of the been In service since April 18, Is
Committees tx the day and Natlona.1 Council of Negro Women(] being patronized by stamp collectors -
teacher-sponscrs comprising the With 'new determination the I throughout the state of
I committees will include women recognize that the need Florida.
Registration.! Miss Johny Mae for unity in action Is more Impor. -
Allen Liberty City School, and' tant today than ever before. They KEEP HAIR PROM
t ; Mrs. Mary Hence Dmbar. Rec-i have agreed that the situation
i reaUon Donald Hylor and Miss I GOING BACKM
confronting youth today is such . ._ ,
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Inez Davis, Phyllis Wheatley.Music roe uLflKXKNQUCc r n
that women cannot fall to unite pPS.r.n.r.rro.o.rr.cn.
Mrs. Sadie Johnson, Poin- their efforts to create the con- iwra. ...sans.. -N..+.ww.n.a.a._ ...-..-...
dana Park, Mrs. Mary Sands, ditions that will help deal with p" __ ..,., w w-
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Silver Sand School; Mrs. S. F. problems of personal conduct as 5: -....orwa..u
Farqaharson, Phyllis: Wheatley.ReCrcshments I well as the deeper, underlyng
) lira Marian conditions In housing, education,
zhnumn.fr
hairy, Phyllis Wboatley; Mls citizenship and international relations ,
I" Raymola Johnson Polnciana I
Park, Mrs. Catmlta Brown, Dun- The Council's Founder and first l.lU--'
1 bar, Mrs. Arthurine Strapp, Be-
my year of Experience guide and
1 thane; handcrafts, Mis EdnaI' protect you through Lit.
I Wilson, Liberty City, Miss Mar- a. a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
garet OUT, Douglas, Mrs Mae For Pick-up and Delivery Service on Prescriptions
Dele Clark, Moton. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

Social time, Mrs Gloria Lacey, For Success in Business And Love
Liberty City, Mrs. Dora Patterson Service Drug Store CONSULT HER
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Bunche Park. ,Discussion
leaders, Mrs. Inez Fryson, Bunche You can now have your home made happy
/ Park Mrs. Andel Middns, "PRESCRIPTION COMPOUNDING SPECIALISTS" tl Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
1/1 Holmes, Mrs. Glendcoa Edwards 0 Don't Stay in the rut '
get out .
M City and Mrs.Mrs. Ruth Kathryn Jones,PInckney Liberty, Sundries Gift Patent Medicine Greeting Cards, By the help of God she, can help now you

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I I T I I I I I I I I I IT' EUGENE WHITE THE MIAMI TIMES "Th Peoples Newspaper"

Along Freedom's Road HURT, FAMU I SATURDAY MAY 3, 1958 ; PAGE 7

TRACK TEAMSPUTTERS .

I ALMOST PERFECT .GAUl. .
Social Security
By RUTH PERRY -

Beneficiaries Must FAMU 'PITCHERHURLS
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Montgomery The Florida A
The responsibility for achieving aU Southerners who have until and M Rattlers, lacking depth ,'n Report EarningsPersons NO-HITTER
an active democratic way of life now remained silent must speak all events, placed second in the
In the Southern states falls upon out for the principles upon which Alabama State Relays here last receiving social security Tallahassee -- Da'vid' Gardnei!
the shoulders of its citizens in a the United States was founded. week. The Rattlers compiled I : benefits should notify the pitched a no-hitter for ,Florida
dual capacity, so to speak., total of 57 points to finish a c'oee Social Security Administration A&M 'againet Warehouse College
DUAL Up to the present the most second behind Tennessee State, district office promptly If they of Atlanta here last weekend,
RESPONSIBILITYThe vocal Southerners have been the '
who collected 66 points. expect their earnings to exceed Florida ;downed the''vsjtors 60.
Southern white man carrie small minority of those who belong Florida's hopes for victory were $1,200 a year. The 23-year-old; Junior from
with him a large part of the responsibility to the White Citizens Coun- darkened early in the meet when Edward P. Blonston, managerof Plant City, a righthander, walk-
because of the peculiar cils and like organizations. This ex-Miami BTW sprinter Eugene the Miami (North) Social Security ed not a single man in the nine
prejudiced and reactionary minority White, who has been clocked at Gardner struck out
institution of slavery, be- District office at 234 NE inning game. ,
cause of the habits and mores of in the years since the Supreme 9.4 in the 100-yard dash, pulleda 79th St., stated today that fre- 13 batters. Except for a pair of
the traditional Southern way of in Court decision in 1954, has muscle in his right leg while quenly no report !Is made until errors, be would have) had a perfect
life; because of the legalized form actual practice, become the competing in the finals of the the $1,200 mark Is reached, andas game.
voice of all Southerners, becauseof hundred. White finished, but did The Rattlers took the second
of slavery we know as segregationand a result, some of the payments
because of the burden of apathy. fear or inertia on the not place. already received have to be returned game from the Tigers 29-2. fox
guilt that he has borne within part of the majority.THE Coach Pete Griffin said his Earnings. of over $1,200a their fifth straight victory. A&M
himself for years' in the South. !NEGRO'S 'ROLE freshman star, who mitered a year by anyone receiving social has a record of'''seven and three I
The white man carries this not similar mishap in the South Caro- security benefits may cause one for the current season after' having -
only' toward himself but toward For the Negro, too, the assuming lina Relays April 5, may have to or more months benefits to be lost two bames to Tuskege.
the Negro and his federal govern. of responsibility in the coming sit out the remainder of the sea- withheld. This is true for all last week. .
ment. integrated South will be an son. years up to and including the I
arduous and rough journey be- year in which the social security
The Negro also carries a responsibility cause of his background and heritage recipient reaches 72 years of age.. NEED MQtyEY
toward himself: hlr of slavery and segregation. over the South. But In the final Mr. Blonston pointed out that,
community and his gowmmenIn In the final analysis, it will be as analysis, as Ashmore says, although notice should be given the social I Then HDI'I'1'to' The
an ideal situation both sides of Harry Ashmore says, an indivi- a right may be difined bya security district office as
this responsibility would be recognized dual j journey for each Negro who court of law, it will not be secure soon as it is known that earningswill Jamaica Candle ShopAt
and assumed by Negroes until each individual has
understands it Some will move exceed $1,200 a year. The
and Whites forthwith- But our faster than others, and many, because e arned it. White Southernersmust necessity for repayment of benefits 6664 N.W. 15th Aye..
situation her in the South Is not of their years of slum living earn It by learning to accept already received can usually hundred'
Where are being helped
Ideal and'consequently the achieving and loss of heart and the Negroes as their fellow human be avoided by such prompt ac- Jamaica Blessed
from the
of Integration will, in most skills for a fight against odds. beings and citizens. Negroes tion. Social security beneficiaries weekly
communities, be an arduous, will .not be able to take advantage must do this by learning to If'asp'each' are given a form at the time they Oil and the Myttery' dream sal. '
lengthy task; necessitating the -of the new opportunities ;new I opportunity which will apply for benefits which can be JAMAICA CAM, Prop.
utmost, In understanding, tact, opening to them for some ;years be opening to them in greater and used to report earnings or the Come write or Call
courage and patience. to come. greater numbers. It is not an Impossible report can be made by writing, PL 8-154. Today
task. It is a difficult one, phoning or calling at the social in*
INTEGRATION, IS COMING I But even though most Negroesfeel but a challenging one to all security office.

That integration Is coming to emotionally; that they wantan Southerners, Negro and White.
the South Is a fact. Negroes know. end to segregation, it la still,
it because they are determined tc and will be for some time morea
become first-class citizens, as matter of feeling than of action. R.TAYLORPRIVATE SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER
guaranteed them by the Constitution There are still too many certain DETECTIVE &
of the United States and risks to be run against the established '
because I they are fighting through order in the South for INVESTIGATING BUREAU 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3.2691
legal channels to make integration the masses of Negroes to take any '
228 NW 14th St.
a reality. And Southern appreciable part In action against .
it at present even though the HOURS 9 a.m. to, 9 p.m.
Whites know also that integration Phone FR 1-8229
fight for full acceptance into the
is coming. Time does not Miami, Florida
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
American family is legally constitutionally -
stand still, and world events are
right
proving that racial discrimination and morally

is a danfe-ou( luxury for a nation Negro leaders then have the .
to have. The United States added responsibility of educatingthe
must finally and quickly put its
I masses of Southern Negroesinto NEVER CLOSE
internal house in order, for it has '
accepting the responsibilitiesof .
'I Criminal Domeitlo
Civil
BEN H. ATKINSON JR. D.D.S.
been a symbol of freedom and their dearly-Jbought freedomas ,
liberty too long for it to throw well as enjoying the privileges Personal Confidential Private

away world leadership because of that come with it. This is the Mining Person FoundInvestigations ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
prejudice against one segment of reality that Negroes must face in I
its citizenry. the new South accepting their We pvclallze In Skip-Treeing FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE' OP DENTISTRY

AN EPITAPH FOR DIXIE* responsibilities of citizenship with and Recovery of Automobile and
determination, courage and dig
Equipment. OFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m .. 4 p.m. to S p.m.
writtena nity.
Harry S. Ashmore has
remarkable little book entitled 24 hour service I. day or night And by Appointment
"An Epitaph for Dixie. In it he A DIFFICULT BUT Notarised affidavit and report en

and reasoning of the White South REWARDING CHALLENGE request We art bonded to the 6705 N,W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7-6601
tells the reasons for the attitudes State of Florida. No Job too 'largeor
and explains the moral dilemna i Progress is being made, and
too email.
It finds Itself in at the present legal victories are being won all
time. He believes Southerners -
feel the way ,they do because ofa
number of reasons, and race AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
prejudice Is only part of it lie DOUGLAS ROAD. CLINIC.
To conform with
thinks pride is involved and the ($10,000 $20,000 ..000)) .*IK

memories of a lost war, still surprisingly Florid. LawIf 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove,,Mlasni, FU.
fresh In the minds of you have a driver'. Keen**, we' Mn (insure you
many. And there is no doubt that AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR The General Cllnlo I I. well equipped and off.n you excellent:
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the aristocratic tradition still Medical Servto for the and treatment of
Clinical' and ear all
plays] an important part. And to PAY AS YOU RIDE, with little dewn and 8 month to fy
top It all there Is the Southern illness, disuses, bodily 'Injuries and physical disorder of

er's remarkable says Mr. capacity Ashmore,for which unreality SERVICE FIRST/ INS. AGENCY all type for the entire family Pr.-Marital Blood' taste, Malth

Cards and Workmen' Com, enectlon 'Insurance Case
still enables him to hold out Open Dally and Saturday to 6 p.m.
against the logic of argument and
of events. 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284 Office Hour: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dilly except Sunday

THE WHITE SOUTHERNER'SROLE 24 Hours Phone Service Dr. James T. Rot

t Phones Hllajid 8-2310 DirectorJAMES'

I In view of the above, it would
seem then that the white Southerner' Attention: Now Reopening
responsibility in practice 1
i. is to accept reality and the trend MADAM FARRAN
of events and history to recognize I
t that their political leadership in Miami's Wonder Lady k
,
general has been geared to perpetuating Nationally Knownl Highly Recommended!
+ segregation, and learnto

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LIFE READER
ready to assume their place In the

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any question Give you nm of friend and enemies.! paint, plaatlc
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desirable economy Wen-
\ THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper" seen by by everyone interested the titled only rather braggadodally with

in true, 'down-to-earth practical ACA[ DAR 'the American standard of living.
PACE,8 SATURDAY,,MAY 3, 1958 dramas. But "Swapping Whether it is a good economy,
Wives" is definitely not for .
Facand1A from the viewpoint of our civilization -
j children. and culture is even more

By demand, "Swapping Wives" so" 'yf
will return to the Modern on a FortunJ'the
date to be announced next week. According to number -
Ill' Be sure to watch for it. I of unemployed executives is
increasing as a result of the recession -
BTU ALUMNI REUNION TIME yet there are more top
I / J. PlEZE short time ago ,1,500 people management positions open than
Invitations for the Booker T. representing 128 organizations I ever before. Explanation for this
r Washington Alumni Association including labor, industry agri- seeming paradox is that most of
ORLANDO .REMAINS .THE burg made a very slgniclcant annual reunion ball which will be culture and consumer groups I the job seekers do not appear to
"CITY (BEAUTIFUL" plea to the convention when he held on Thursday, June 5 at the met in Washington to urge five- have the qualifications that are in
that In addition Harlem Square Ballroom will be extension of the Reciprocal
very strongly urged year demand. Many Jobs now open
Last week \\i was my pleasureto to helping the Hungarian in the mail beginning next week. Trade Agreements Act. Speakers were previously filled by mediocre -
attend the GUt annual con- Refugees and Indians, which the The members of the graduating included President Eisenhowerand executives able to get by only
vention of the Diocese of South delegates had Just voted to do- classes of all of the high schoolsin his two-time opponent, Ad- in a soft market.
Florida, of the Episcopal Church, the convention also put forth a Dade County, as well as the lai Stevenson. It was pointed out
which met at the Cathedral real effort to help many Negroesin various students who are now in that some 4,500,000 workers -, The MoClellan Committee which
Church: of St. Luke in Orlando. his an other communities, who college, and the Alumni's other one out of each 14 depend on has been investigating unethical
In keeping with its well known are so badly in need of help. Fr regular guests will receive Invitations foreign trade for their jobs. in lalbor and business
practices .
slogan, "The City Beautiful," to the ball and will be
that Ne-
Duncan explained many I that in a 15 period
reports year
Orlando remains exactly that. A gro college graduates cannot get present to enjoy the annual A tax cut, if it 'comes, is like- five unions bilked their membersout
crowd of more than 1200, Includ- adequate employment, largely spring attraction. The invitations I ly to take the form of a reduc- of $10 million in one way or
ing delegates to both the convention because of their color, even should be in the hands of the tion of 10 per cent on the first another. It a series of legislative -
and the Women's Auxiliary, though they are qualified for guests by May 15. However, any- $2,000 of taxable income, and S acts urges to protect union funds
and visitors, was present to wit- many available jobs. He urged'that one who has not received his invitation percent on all income above that.A from crooks and grafters.
ness the historic proceedings, the Diocese and the churches by May 20, is asked to small cut in the corporationtax
j which in A number of instances therein put forth the necessary call in person or phone the down I perhaps 2 per cent is
established records for the Dio- town office of the Miami Timesat
effort to help all persons get jobs i also probable. .
Orlando Is also hOspitable FR 3-2236 where personnelwill Cocktail Fashion
cese. very for which they are qualified, regardless ,
and a fine convention city, of race or color. Fr. Dun- be happy to supply him with An Edison Electric spokesmansays
for meetings of the size of this can received a great hand for hit invitations.The that electric utility comp- Show and Dance

i plea. anies have embarked on 14 nuclear -
oneMrs. annual reunion
Mabel Thomas of 506 S. program power projects, involving Harlem Square Club
will be held on June 3 at 2
Division St., was hostess to Leroy "SWAPPING WIVES" RETURN in the school's auditorium. p.m.The utility Investment of about $500 Sponsored by
Smith and me both of whom I DEMANDED his ,belief the
million In current
classes of 1&48! '38 and '28, will Beautician Unit No. 55
were delegates from St. Agues Patrons of the Modern Theatre, celebrate reunions' this All program is adequate for the na-
year. 9 10 until
Friday May
I Church. The Venerable John E. who saw Robert Earl Sawyer'slatest alumin of Booker T. Washingtonand tion's needs. ,
] Culmer, Archdeacon of Colored play "Swapping Wives." Admission $1.00For
the public in general, are invited -
Work in the Diocese, stopped at which played Friday and Saturday to the program and the ball. Dorothy Thompson writes: "AsI Table Reservation Call
the palatial home of Mrs. James April 18 and 19 are still raving see it, we have been living
FR 3-2547 PL 1-""
\ Hopkins on West Jackson St. ,
over the most unusual play. Many since the beginning of World War
I PR. JAMES DUNCAN IN who saw it in its first perfor- Child's CareI U in an economy of perpetual MS.
SIGNIFICANT-PLEA mance, returned the next day to boom, marked by overemployment -
I will for child while
see it a second time. All w ere care your overexpansion and over-
Fr. James L. Duncan, rector of unanimous in their opinion that you work. The price is reasonable.Call buying. This boom has now come Drive Carefully!
i st., Peter's Church in St Peters- it was a great show, and should I FR 16387.: M3 to be accepted as normal!, and as


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i tl; Tallahassee Expected to be girls' ,gym. It will be joined to the have the plant to cope with the WaterproofingContractors f DR.. LONG'S CLINIC

constructed somewhere on, theses basketball building toy/ a ramp. increasing need for modern con- I I general health ..", 'c.
S 361.1 acres of land pos- veniences for training physical Lleeneed and 21 S.W. 13th Ave.
; d by Florida A and M Uni- ,In the girls' section of the plant education and health Instructors. 'Insured by City Phone FR 8-2748'
i rill be a regulation T-shapcd and County t
verity is a ultramodern physical
L education and health plant. swimming pool. There is no poolon A new football stadium with a 1863 NW 59th St 51 Add Life to Year
L the campus now. There will bea seating capacity of about 11,000was Fret Estimate and Years to Life
The dome-shaped parasol con- permanent roof over the pool, completed last fall. A new Call any I .A 4 I REDUCE8pe
struction plant will house the but the sides will be collapsible baseball diamond is now in use Ph. NE 5.6879) .

r physical education and health to convert it into something of an near the stadium. The physical ... Medication
program of Florida A&M. "We open-air deal in warm weather. education and health plant will
certainly need this! facility," saidA. Seating facilities around the pool e within a stone's throw of the
S. "Jake" Gailher athletic director will accommodate 500. stadium and baseball diamond.To .

!, and head of the physical it candidlly: "It's a pip
say
education and health department ditioned.The building Complete will press be air facilities con-- -and needed too. B. Solomon Funeral Hone

need is the pool radio television I
r Our greatest including and t (btableahod
said "I would like to see booths and complete outlets for 1121))
Gaither .IP..MP.IUA..ARYPfSUFFERERS
every student learn how to swim." public address announcing from Dignified Personal Courteous Service
When completed, this plant will various points of the nataorium. :

"help us to do a better Jdb," con-
"' .How much will It cost? About m TO* wet MU MUTTtS... ewuwo.en. Funerals Within
cluded Galthen TCTTCa.(CtlMA.UMOVOBM.O*OTM aiM Range of Each Budget
two million dollars one millon SCAN ATOM. mMtAM V4.,.
: All of the plans have not been nine hundred and seventy-six ro*- TftAtwroti BJOJC9 or TMK.KAUIIe
LID rtC NN. MB ova DOCTO OOORaAe7wtMa
completed, but university officials thousands to be exact when Oft MABBi AXOVT aaalRARrQ7su1
,, ..i." have had on display a scale completed. When all is finished
t, model of the proposed structure. A&M, which produces fine athletic 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
: teams and turns out top athletes + ff
c rrhat dome you see there Is not and students, but boasts I :
simply a modernistic design. It M little of up-to-date facilities, will a-tMMMpiaMl.Owa, i ...

basketball\ . n,,.. .1..
arena, you
and all offices
it that clasroomv -
"A
Urine Service for the Living"
of the athletic department. RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
There will not be a pillar in the

choice place, and one. every eat will be a PRIVATE FOR HIRE Range Funeral Home


.. //The basketball firm will have OSCAR AND
ATHALIE RANGE, Owner.
8.000 permanent seats ,and 1500 Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
The total seating -
bleachers.
folding PHONES
PL 4-7468
PL
capacity will be 6,500. There 1.1331

J'. '.,, will be lounges for faculty, stu- 3-5900

dents and guests, and possibly Oscar Rang, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director,
"" + .bowling alleys.;

+ ".. !l'be conventional shoe adja- HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida

n'1 , building to the right of the
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

SATURDAY,JMAY j3, .1958 PAGE 9 NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.




S C f. Nassau Baseball Team FRIDAY'.- SATURDAY I II I



{ ?1 I A GUN-A GIItL..bothII'
NBC
Joins Wool

SystemNASSAU jj;, i

Bahamas The two the Penny Bankers, kings. of the
leagues of the Bahamas Baseball Colonial League, against the WIN!
Association the Colonial Winnie Ann Reds, champions of 111'
League and the Windsor Leagueare the Windsor Circuit. The Bankers -
now franchised by the National have bashed the Reds In the ROBERT TAYLOR
Baseball Congress with the I first two games of the best-three JULIE lONDON
headquarters In Wichita, Kan. of-five series and could put a
i r a clincher on the crown with a victory JOHN CASSAVETES

The National Baseball Congress this Sunday. DonaldCRISP.CharleaMcGRAW, III
ofnonprofessional
an international organization
baseball leagues, The All-iLeague awards are expected -
-- -- to be made as follows:
tot- I
now has clubs representing a
DT. JOSEPHINE DUNN al of 26 nations and territorieswith Two catchers, five pitcher, Nes
the addition of the Bahamas four infielders, three outfielder
The 33rd session of the Florida circuits to Its roster. NBC leaguesare and a pair of utility players. '""
State Association of Lodges and active throughout the United
Temples of the Improved, Bene- States. M-O-M's Thrttnnfl
volent, Protective Order of Elks Letter to the Editor Lift-Inspired Dram
of the World was held at Pensa- By Joining the NBC and com- Dear SIr
cola, April 13-16. Deep Water plying with Its regulations, tbe Congratulations on your timely;;
City Lodge and Temple were host Bahamas Baseball Association suggestions to the citizens of our
and hostess. clears the way for its championship community concerning behavior liP
to crack at in- oEBopy
j team get a ,
buses of
parade In using the desegregated
The was one of the ternatlon competition.
largest with nine bands in attendance our (town. It is also my prayer PAW.
The National Baseball Congress that the ministers of the various
and they were very good. NEWMAN-ANGEU
Also other units from over the Conducts a "tournament of cham- churches and leaders of other organlzatlons lag.
state made this a very colorful, pions" annually at Wichita, bringing take heed and {oven
of marchers. the top clubs from each state themselves accordingly. To be i a t EM
array The U. S. Navy at Pensacola find' territory or nation represented. good Christian, one must be i a $ MUtLD I
must be mentioned, as they led good citizen.

the parade, colored and white E. S. Mitchell. DBA president, Herb Sincerely ManningsTHEATRE \ 1
marching together as a world of and secretary Reno Brown said
tomorrow.All all BBA member teams and -
officers were re-elected In league officials would receive
both Lodge and Temple. The following NBC membership certificates.In RUCHE SUNDAY L.MONDAY TUESDAYNow

daughters from Antlers' addition, the league's lead- OPA LOCKA
(IPrice
citations for at Popular
received
Temple Ing batter will receive a certifi- Tel. NA 1.7122
meritorious service from the State
cate and all-league certificates SUN. MON.. TUES.
Temple will be issued the 16 outstanding t
For achieving the aim and objectives players in each league after com- JOAN CRAWFORD In
meeting the requirementsand pletion of the season ESTHER COSTELLO
safeguarding the principlesof pluG
Elkdom, Dt. Madge Kelly, The BBA series Is now windingup Burt Lancaster w THEON'TALKIJ'Vq
chairman of art and craft; nt.BOOKER with its "world series" pitting In ___
Kirk Douglas
"Gunfight at The Oak
Corral"


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MUSIC ;.
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C? }ra THE CLOCK" 4.r
with Tee Jay, BILL HALEY r'rtIM

Rockin' Rogers THE PLATTERS

& Louise Griffin "Pawnee"Geo.
Montgomery M 'N- ,,,

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T. DUNN
1220ON ONLY
Vera A. Wilson, treasurer; Dt.
ZJoma Green, past financial secretary -
STARTS FRI. MAY 2
,
; Dt. Josephine Dunn, past '
grand daughter ruler and chair- YOUR DIAL FOR ONE WEEK
man of trustee board; Thomas

Rivers, exalted ruler of Greater ,, Cetus .Sco e B +
made chairman E"
Miami Temple was .
athletics; Booker T. Dunn 'ST. LOUISBLUES'
recording state secretary. This is I
Brother Dunn's 14th year serving. I:
in this office.

HMD l I/ABHW THUS

Trade or Sell Radio Miami [ Vsa
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Will trade for lot in Carver '
lunches. My equity in a nice 3 Starring
oedroOm home CBS or $700 cash MORE PLATTER eM1
One mortgage, no balloon pay- CHATTERALL EARTHA KITT &mFiaOrMILD'J CCK t"
ment later. Small monthly pay LESS PEARL BAILEY COEour' ti1NAMfS'tDw65mE W Raoso .NAYfSIIIUUILL

ments. For further Informtlon DAY LONG! NAT "Kln/' COLE ...-...........
write Mr. Mlllard Ml2 SW 23rd -I
CAB CALLOWAY
St., West Hollywood.
MAHALIA JACKSON
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"THE RAID"
ELLA FITZGERALD '

"J: For Sale By Summons JUANO RUBY HERNANDEZ DEE Van Heflin-In color


Newbedroom CBS home, tile bath, large lot Ba. d on the lift and songs

of W. C. Handyno
$1,495 DOWNy STARTS WEDNESDAY .

:_.. Open Saturday and Sunday advance in admission
"DARBY RANGERS""PUBLIC
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'TU People. Newspaper" Sunlight Chatter Box Congratulations to the class of eral weeks due to illness, but Is
I '56, they're really working hard back again and ready to take

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 3,195: Once again this is Yours Truly toward a wonderful graduation over her job as secretary.

(bringing you the wonderful news I I and exams and everybody nice participating Students of the week in appearance ...
I about Sunlight. so work.very so keep up is Miss Benova Allen,,"
the
good
I Students are working very bard who s also an advanced student
1 towards a successful graduation. The party that was held Friday from Jacksonville. Hope you'll
Everybody's participating very in Fort Lauderdale was very enjoy your stay with us and con-f
'Good Morning Judge nicely. successful, thanks to Mrs. gratulations on the honor of the-
Home, members and our many
I, Thanks ,to our many friends friends. week.B.
News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court the club party was a huge suc- I I Miss Lawson has been out sev- L. Garland, reporter
: JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON cess. This week's party will be
PresidingBy
at the school on Friday night,
j I Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer you May and 2. yours.So here's hoping to see PERKINS' HOMEMADE CANDIES

i I Students of the week for best SHOP
AND SANDWICH
An excessive total of ISO cases fined $25 or 10 days. appearance are Mrs. Ivadell
was listed for trial on the docket Eugene Moore, charged with Clarke and Mrs. Blatch. Congratulations -
of the day in Municipal Court assault and battery with handson ladies keep It up. 6825 N.W. ISth Avenue
J (Monday morning April 14. Ones Leola Smith, fined $25 or 10 Mrs. Julius, our instructor, is' inS
of the largest crowds of spectators days. attending the Alpha Omega So- Specializing

in the court's history, was pres- Little Mae Paryman, Mamie rority and National School Own-I Peanut Brittle Pecan Rolls Coconut and
j ent to witness the long list of Knight and Ben Gonzalez all ers and Teachers
\ trials. charged with disorderly conductby Boston. Chocolate Fudge
Unfortunate but not too diffi- fighting.* Gonzalez: was also I
t Our class: president is doing a And a Variety of Sandwiches
understand the
to case
cult was charged with carrying concealed wonderful jdb towards our forth
of Willie Frank Mond of 431 NW ,weapon (a knife). Mrs. Parry- coming graduation; -o give her James Perkins, Prop.'S4' .
13th< st., apt. 8, who was charged l man and Mrs. Knight were each support, ladies. Our club
with assault with a' gun on Jim- fined:$25 or 10 days on the fight- secretary your is back with 'us. Glad
\ of 1540 NW First '
Pearson,
mi ing charge. Gonzalez was dis- back. Miss Lawson.
I Ct., apt. 3. The incident ,occurred missed on:the fighting charge, but you are
Sunday evening according to the Was fined $50 or ,20 days on the AU Florida beauticians are
court's records weapon charge.: looking forward to attending the :
court that in St. Peters I. 'lES 'TRAININGLOCAL
t Pearson told the Another massive total of 120 State Convention
Mond pulled a gun on him and cases was listed for trial in Judge burg come May 18. Students run ,
threatened to shoot, him for no John D., Johnson's Municipal ning for the 'coveted crown for COMPANIES ARE SPONSORING EVENING

reason at all. The case did not Qourt. on Monday?April, 28., "Miss Sunlight" are Miss Betty CLASSES AT ,NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH
seem to make sense, 'until Pearson's It was ,another p,overcapacitycourtroom Allen of Jacksonville, Miss Dar-
wife told the court that it that greeted the Judgeas rell of the Bahamas, and Mrs. SCHOOL. ON COMPLETION OF COURSE TRAIN-

all started when Another woman, the session was called to or. Equalla Brown of Liberty City. EES MAY BE EMPLOYED IMMEDIATELY. GUARANTEED .
Mary Alexander, came to 'their der. I I Good luck, ladies. :COMMISSION. APPLICANTS
SALARY PLUS -
,
for'Pearson
for and looking
home, asking : Quite I alarming were the cases
; while'"' at"the +same time of nine men, Including Thomas MUST BE,,BETWEEN AGES 21-45, REPORTTO
Miss Alexander, was',going with .Gillyard Van' Smith,;: Edward men guilty and fined each $15 or FLORIDA STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Mond. He got'angry over the;attention -; ButlerrWalter; Pullens, Rich- six days in jail.
that Miss'rAlexander'was',) ard Osley, ;Thomas Lee' Bethel, Among other cases heard and 363 N.W.11th' STREET, BETWEEN HOURS ff'0I -A.M.
paying to Pearsoir and :Pearson Albert Charles. Clarke Cleveland disposed of were the following: AND 4' P.M.
argument occuIT rJ'j:Keys'and ,Ernest'Scott I all of Julia Bell June charged with ,
and Mond :over Miss: Akxtander. whom were. charged'.with?disorderly assault and battery with a tile i I I
I
.;During the argument Mondis on Willis fined ,$160 or 60( days.
; conduct by loitering. The
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alleged to have'pulled: a gun,4 I . . u u uu
I Incident occurred Saturday .
on .... ...... '
on Pearson I I morning. Five' of the men, Gill .'tLfit AA Mf..s.Q.r.t: : :t."W :!:'t.ztt.z.z.:*...;; FPa"'ifl :'....;:.A oi."rn\. ,,-. .6N..AAS1M./ .......... .
I\ !Miss Alexander said Pearson. yard, Smith, Butler, Pullens and ''l.
\ told her to get rid of Mond, and Osley were arrested at the corner -
indicated that ,if she did' .they." of 4th court and 19th st. The
I could make it. other four were arrested at the 1:1 NEW FURNISHED
Judge Johnson found Mond corner of NW"'4th court and 17th :
guilty and fined him $50: or 20 st.

days In Jail. Officer Amos Roundtree, who OR UNFURNISHEDpI .
I Among other cases heard and was the arresting officer, told the H
disposed of were the following: court that a very respectable
George Williams, charged with young lady told him that each i !
interferring with a police officer, time she passed 4th court and19th I
while in the performance of his or 17th streets, a group of I
duty, fined $50 or 20 days, but men who constantly loiter there pI! : f.i
the fine was suspended follow- would molest her as well as other' APARTMENTSl'
ing a stern warning by the Judge. women, with disparaging remarks
Cleve Edmond, charged with and otherwise annoy her Officer i '
disorderly conduct by creating a Roundtree said he went to the tiit
disturbance, fined $15: or 6 days places in question and arrestedthe
I :Mary Alexander, charged with men on the charges.In .
Comfortable and Modern Living
being drunk, dismissed. court the men tried to deny i; i
Matthew( Robinson, charged the charges, 'but Roundtree was
with disorderly conduct by creat- very convincing in his presentation 2C''
I ing a disturbance, fined $15 or of the case against them. He
six days. also told the court that Gillyardhad i lSTofitsKind. .
\ James Smith, charged with disorderly a homemade blackjack on his
conduct creating a disturbance person when he was arrested. i '

and using profanity, Judge Johnson found all of the iu I IN COCONUT GROVE;'

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Around Miami t. 3201 Douglas Road Corner Day Avenue

I11< 11\ . ii? MANAGER APARTMENT 5 ,

By DIVE (Mr. Iwlng) BONDU N

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,.".... Fun- 57 of ifs, Kind r ""1. .,'\
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The Mar eral Home. We will be glad to
1 Elizabeth has a- turn it over to the proper per- 9d i : : ,
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i lost its owner,+*,<, .: "" sons. I am happy to see so manyof 111 d I IN LIBERTY CITY t. s
Sam Jacobson,%| us taking an active part, andI
due to a slack l. realize too, that so many who ,
H, winter season. t,F;%+t) ;. )., like the game were working on
owever, t h el| \ \" Monday and could not come out. !uj 1 1370 Northwest 61st Street
+ >tel, one of'
I lami'j oldest, u MANAGER APARTMENT 5
>es back to the] POLICEMAN of The Week: ;IP
inds of Mrs.! Sat Nash . Pretty Girl of The '
Iberta Sawyer! Week: Owaysa Robinson . Doc- : ELECTRIC
a d her{children. Next week I'll tor of The Week: Ira P. Davis . I ru r S
. far Here is a question I'd like to ask
ire you the details as as '
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polio,If concerned. of me:anyone How come who can Negroes answer have it for to If.: II K I' WATER

MARGIE, ;MARTIN desk cl.rkUw.Slr pay so much money down on a I J.u.ii= \ I
a tfohn, had a successful house, whereas a white person isU -
Sand is back at can buy three bedroom, two bath U I
GAS
o e qn pour .;
h rating last . Ltejohn homes with n patio, swimming R
,< /
v D. Chamberland pool garage. Florida room and a
o 1 Chicago| Polled Dept. gave large grassy lot for $250( down or r i LARGE, AIRY APARTMENTS 1 and 2 BEDROOMS TILED '
A nice borne
die 9''Pipe ; 4tI: : and the in no the down Colored payment.Section sells: for i ri i BATH AND SHOWERS BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS i t- PLAY
u rtnz on
from $13000 to $19.5500 and they
I If fs ..If8Y am- "want $2,500 to $4,500 down . klig! AREA PARKING-ONE RENTAL FEE PAYS FOR.EVERYTHING,
rJ 1 1
b .
., I l := with not as much as an ofay can 1
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get for$8,500 and $250 down. In
,
I vt th b'FatherEerTheodore' And and my way of thinking, somebody ,I 31;
i ty"G ; should Investigate the i No Move In
downtown
DeposiS'y Right
___ ey dial UnfornAed heJid.to me':fight that; the money ti'lot::;is -of Real anyone Estate who Board.can If do you something know _2 _

\I e e'ot"the clubhonset'MiamtS :call
about! this situation, please '1
lien rings can golf pay course.a buck Now if half you, me,.and we'll all make complaints L MANAGERS LIVE ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY
g ands 'I. .,:. Really, with things the way
fees effordMo'
g een you can give they are, there isn't too much to 1. AND CLEAN
'
a i extra buck to help make the talk about, . So until next week
V u>le facility available.tor, :your u
: minute of
Jlttroev' golden Coconut Grove
Uv <;ry Liberty City
,, 'e Joyment. You must realize that' it. Peace.
t ese men made it possible!! foraed'ditring
y "1>1 Y"' tr rin ; t P:.SC-: .::As" was about to go topress. ii4 3201 Douglas Road 1370 Northwest 61st St.
e season you pay $250 green I heard that Denzel Eve
r So, just say to yonrfceifflWl|f &tt irilirt&fUdHc and Josephine APT. S APT. 5 ;
1 ie now'winter and pass up that Albury of Nassau tied the knot t .
e tra \>ua 11if1p c yo0rsle.t'od TubOayTAprq 29. Best of luck
waytgivtlro: : 40Uar to.tietti :tqboth ;otyou4;; ;: 1& i,' --
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, .....,. were trapped
-- .V-.AI The segregationists
:Friendship Garden New Bethel Women because this Is the day oft
Club I 1 PHIL PHUN all inequality must be ,
Raise $2,612.99Everyone i By PHIL OSSERPER and its advocates given the hook.

II ...."-'"' ....... _..........1A .. It's time we took the bunk oat
The Friendship Garden Club at Greater New Disc-cussion . The top records of the bunkers.
met at the home of Mrs. Mary Bethel is rejoicing over the results the ones that spin the
are
Am Berry, 1610 NW 68th Terr. of a carefully planned and most. .1 used to play golf frequentlyin
Thursday, April 24. The businessmeeting successful Women's Day program I I Finance Dep't . Money does the old days, but hexes how
was held with Mrs. Ann Beginning with Sunday School not far nowadays . I feel atoout it now . .
Coleman, after go very Football is full of kicks for me,
presiding, whicha all men officials were replaced by just out of reach.
very delicious! repast was serv- women officials to make the Auto Suggestion . The eas- And (baseball makes a hit, you see
ed. The menu: chicken salad, egg event a real Woman's Day. iest way to lose control of your Bowling strikes me with the
mold salad, vegetables, homemade greatest of force,
Sunday School opened at 9:30: car is to pass up a payment.
rolls, coffee and dessert. a.m. with Mrs. Lydia Byals as Optimist . Fellow who gets But golf I take as a matter of
Guests were Mrs. Sarah Pul- superintendent. The subject, a big bang out of a blowout. course!
loin, Mrs. Frankie Shoemakerand "God's Mighty Deliverance" was Opportunist . If he's all
Mr;. Annette Giradeau of taught to a total of 8 classes. The thumbs, he goes hitchhiking.
Jacksonville. They expressed offering banner was rewarded to Flattire , Proves that you J. B. SMITH
themselves with thanks and appreciation class No. 8 The attendance ban- get nowhere with no air.
for a lovely afternoon ner was rewarded to class No. 3 Easy payments . Somethingthat ELECTRICSERVICE
and were loud in their praise of and 4. The total attendance was allows you to buy things you
the club. 183. Mrs. Maybelle Anderson was k don't need with,money you don't
the high pointer of the lesson. have.
The devotion was'conducted by 1 + 3 I Electrical Contractor
Mrs. Carrie Davis and Mrs.
-- The desegregation of Miami
"Strange Power"By Claudia Cheeks,. An all women's MRS.: ;;; ;y"I Springs golf course is great news. HOUSEWIRING"Don't
choir rendered songs at both sessions Congratulations to the NAACPI cuss Call ua"
Fortune Teller of" our Women's Day Pro- Queen of Greater \\Nevv Bethel It took much hard, straight driv-

gram. Mrs. Charity Stovall was determined ing to reach their goal. They did' PHONE NE 5-3058
Mrs. Beatrice Waldron of West the woman most worthyto not putter around but approach. Night or DaJ'RE'GI
Palm Beach was the guest speaker -
reign as queen until next ed the problem with great deter
at the morning session. She
Woman's Day She was crowned mination. Termination of segrega
delivered a wonderful messageon of Greater New Bethel. tion must come through determ
queen
the subject, "The Christian ination.
Mrs. Stovall accomplished this
Soldiers." Mrs. Waldron made It was a stroke of genius plus
deserving right of being our first STERTODAY
treat efforts to encourage womento honored woman by raising $310, hard work. Twas a rough Job,
stand faithful on the battlefield the highest amount of finance but they were in there swingingall
as we march forward to raised by the group captains. May the time. Well done, folks! : :
t 1 reign in Zion, and always use our her reign as queen be of great The decision suited me to a tee.
p'J Christ given weapon, prayer, to joy.
out away all attacks of evil In-

vaders. I Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,

I Our evening devotion was conducted Guaranteed ............. .................\.. $4.75
by Mrs. Viola Summersetand Best Dressed Women '

Mrs. Hettie Black. I Late Records ,.... ,................ 4'for $1,00

The guest speaker was Mrs. Fashion', ShowThursday Class Rings. ', Luggage) Watches,. Radio
Essie B. Johnson of Carvers t.
,. Ranch. She delivered a most Inspiring Guaranteed Watches ........ from $8.05
M
message on the subject,I
The Saints Ann DAVID JEWELERS
JUDITH INGRAM Tell The Story." Mrs. Johnson and Margaret
advised the women to walk chapter of the Woman' Auxiliaryof 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
This statement is made by Judy righteously before others, so that the Church of the Incarnation
Ingram of Chattanooga, Tenn be is sponsoring their first annual
the story of Christ can revealed -
Being 'financially unable to visit through our daily contri- Fashion Show featuring! Miami'sten
Doc R. C. Anderson at the time 1 of fallen best dressed women on
bution for the uplifting
first read his advertisement I ordered humanity. She further advised Thursday, May 8 at Northwestern SEE THE
his double offer he had advertised Senior High School
that we be careful that no one is
the Ancient Mezuzah, ensnared to wickedness by the ium, 8 pm. Subscription aUditor-I
the beautiful Luck Charm, whichIs WORLD'SGREATEST
the Biblical promise between little wrongs that we sometimes I We wish to thank you, ____________
God and Moses, because of its commit unawarlngly. munity for sending names In and I
religious significance, it is worn Our Women's Day program voting for those whom you felt
by millions as an Omen of Good came to a glorious climax after were the best dressed women In
the, report of finance of our Miami. Also thanksto COLORED
Luck and to Repel Evil and also many, many
his Fast Luck Biblical Incense group captaIns. As a result, Mrs. North Travel Bureau, Mrs.
with Lucky Number enclosed Charity Stovall became our first Emma Rodriquez Beauty Shop,
(Rev. 84. Psalms. 23 and 18)) honored woman, Mrs. Maggie and both Miami Times offices for PSYCHIC
able Odoms became our second hon full cooperation.!
The following week I was your
ored and Mrs. Elizabeth
to visit him in person, so, on woman READER
Randall became our third honored The names will not be listed.
June 7th, 1957 I went to see Doc
Anderson whose office Is at 302 woman. The Women's Day You must attend this affair to find
West Gordon Ave., Rossville,, activities reached its glorious out the ten best dressed women
with total of $2,612.99. and These ladies were
and advice peak a queen.
Georgia, for a reading
honors due to the number of PROFa
becuse I heard he was sc Special are chosen by the highest '
famous for his wonderful powers general chairman, Mrs. ClarethaB. v tes.
Cooks and the co-chairman,
through God in helping so many Mrs. Weilene Robinson for the Again thanks to all of you. See

others.I tremendous success of our Women' you next year!
was in desperate need of help. Julie Clarks, chairman
activities.
Through his advice, I received a Day HUNTER
large sum of money in a lump -
sum the following day, and since PROF. HUNTIR
that every week 1 have continuedto
have success. I now live in a Furnished ApartmentsAS If you' are sick, worried or in trouble this it the

fine home, and have the use of place to come. Don't stay In the rut, push back the

everything two automobiles I do, and as Doc am promisedme. lucky in LOW AS, veil of bad luck that seems to hold you In your track,

and advance forward by the help ef God under the

I am well known in Chattanoo- $19.95 week leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of ex
g* and also known in theatrical per perience in spiritualist and occult science. Make your
who knows me
circles. Every one
home happy. H. will show how to bypass
will tell you this statement is INCLUDED you your
true. This statement Is printedto LIGHTS GAS & WATER enemies and get the things that life demands for you.

help Others. Doc Anderson Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which
charges a small fee compared to
the results I have received.lie i Becomes Yours
has helped thousands of
people. lie can o any kind of
work you want done. He is not Unfurnished Apts. $14 weekSEE
Only a fortune-teller, but a psy
chologist. You will never regret
it If you will call Ross-vile, Georgia SAM B. SOLOMON AT
CA 2-9719 and make an appointment

fortune-teller to, see or you this wonderful can write. ,BONDED ,COLLECTION AGENCY

to him at the above address for T1r-E-

an apolntment Roseville, Georgia -. 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE,FR .38418WORLD
a suburb of Chattanooga. ,

Tennessee.This man straightened out my Located ai the Hunter*. new psychic studio on

love life, my money matters and ....._ ... ... .. ... ..) Pembroke Road, 3 mile west of Hatlandale, Fla. oa
brought my sweetheart back to the north side of UM road, 1 ,mla east of 7th ave.
I had been to many takes In W ji
.me.the past but thank God I found i Carver Ranches. Sign are placed on the top of.three*.

one man who can give me the i FAMOUSWMBM. i iI story building. Oftiee .. In the duplex In the front .|
and truly help me
right number the buUdln,.
in every way through the help of H. has fifty time more power than any other
order his wonderful -
God. You can I
double offer for $000 Cash I Ia medium. You will find him far advanced in knowVedge.

And 6c in stamps or pay postman .
charges or order .
$600 plus
either one separate for 13.00 Cash I TOPS IN LISTENING i READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
at the following address -
plus postage LICENSED IV STATE AND COUNTY
: i i iI
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DOC R. C. ANDERSON THE KING COLEMAN SHOW 011101 HOUM DAILY

Rossville 302 Wilt, Georgia.Gordon Avenue I THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW i t P.M.-- -1z 4-P.M. 7-t P.M-SUNDAY 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M.

Mil THE BUTTERBALL SHOWy
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LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PIEZE '
HARLEM SQUARE I CALL IN PERSON

SWEET SHOPA .- e'S 5417 S. W. 17th St. ,f

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GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. TEMPLE BAPTIST First CommunionFor on to many, many more. They, in
turn, shall draw others after
'I 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor THE INCARNATION 24 At holy them close to their Redeemer and

Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor The ordinance of baptism will Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar King.
I Sunday School............. 9:45: a.am. be administered at the 11 a.m i Veronica O'Berry reporter RedeemerSunday We congratulate them and their
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m. service Sunday and also the morning. April 20, parents and pray that Christ
Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m. Lord's Supper. SUNDAY brought a new grandeur, a new burning in them, may be a lightto
Both choirs and ushers will Church School and Adult glory, to Holy Redeemer ParishOn all they meet guiding them
TRIUMPH CHURCH serve jointly.At Bible Class .................. 9:30: a.m. this Good Shepherd Sunday home to Heaven. Their parentsor
<4 p.m. dedicatory service Solemn Sung Mass and Christ again became incarnate, in God-parents have been
Prince H M Wey. pastor will be held for the new Hammond I Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m the hearts of 24 of His own Christ's co-shepherds going with
Sister C. McKinney, reporter Organ that was installs Episcopal( YoungChurchmen children. These Uttle ones, HI. them to the great altar of God.

God Delivers His People was last week. The public is cordially: ............. 530 p.m. favorites, received Him for the He will now illumine and guide
the suWwt cf the Je *ftQ on *:4nndav : invited. Confirmation Instruction first time in Holy Communion, i each of them.
past. Memorv verse: '"Never. Evening worship begins at 1 7. for Children ............. 5:30: p.m. the Sacrament of Close Union I Among those so blessed are:
theless He Saved Them for His! and there will be sermon and the Solemn Evensong and between man and his Creator. As i Otis Brlnson, Joseph Ellis, Nor-
Narn 'r Sake. +ha* He might make administration of the Lord's Sup- Sermon .................... 7:30 pjn Christ once told ot a true shep i vile Fanner,' Phillip Fletcher
his to be known." The lese TUESDAY herd's love for his flock so He i Rufus Hughes, Garfield Jackmanv
' son power was Very educational and per.Parents, are urged to send their Acolyte Practice .................. 8 p.m now proves Himself the perfect .Cornelius James, Ralph James
1 many told of how the Lord de. children on time to the rehearsal I WEDNESDAY Shepherd. He has led these lamb<< Homer Lawyer, Gill Page Daniel
livered them from their hardships for Mother's Day. Please help Low Mass .._.....*....,..... 6:30 a.m for many years and finally He hat ,I Schofield, Paul Wyche Bread
us to help you.FIRST Evensong Meditation and given Himself to them to be their AncJe.rsonPatricia Anderson Veronica ..
Confirmation Instruction: Food, their Life. May His gift of Anderson, Naomi Farmer.
The noon day service was very UNITARIANOn for Adults ................. 8 p.m Himself continue to strengthen Lenora Gardner Alicia Jackswov
short and to the point. I THURSDAY them, to lighten them in their Lottie James, Von' Cite Jamea
The sublect' of the YPE band Sunday. May 4. 11 a.m. the St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal Journey to His kingdom. Let this America Landrau, Brenda Scho

was "All Things New in Christ.1' Rev. Glenn O. Canfield, minister ................ 5:30 u.m first reception of Christ lead them field, Paula Wyche.
Scripture found: Revelation 21:8 of the First Unitarian Church, FRIDAY
After the lesson there were a very will speak on the subject HDe St. Cecelia's Choir Guild

nice program rendered. Church velopment school Arrested and the and adult Freed.forum Rehearsal................. 8 p.m ST. MARY'S W. M. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe
Note: Masses on All Saint and
Sunday" night was "Womei meet at 1030. Holy Days ............................ 8 sin Mrs. S. DawKins reporter Baha'i Assembly) Miami
and the
Night, the women were in That evening at 8:15 at Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor will hold its regular Sunday
charge of the service for the church the first session of a tour evening discussion period at the
evening. The devotional service week Sunday evening Seminar on NEW HOPE BAPTISTHistory Sunday School began at 9:30: Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th Ave.
was conducted by Mother WilHams. the topic, "America's Position lithe ajn. with Miss Ellen Trotman Sunday May 4 at 7 45 pan. The
Many testimoies were told. World Today" will be held. was in the making last! acting as superintendent. ,T h e subject will be "The, Purpose o[
The message for the evening was The leader will be Leslie Balogh] Sunday morning at a joint baptism lesson was reviewed by the pas the Prophets." All races .and
' delivered by Sister A. B Phil Bain well known writer and with Friendship Baptist faiths cordially invited.
are
Ups. Subject: Stand Fast. Text: commentator Church at Virginia Beach. A total I tor.Service began at 11 a.m. with Miss: Olive Alexander execu-

I Peter 4:1. Mother Williams amour The Community Group meetings of water.about You 45 who took on Christ by i the pastor in charge. The service tive director of JESQA has been
pastor gave the closing re-' will be held at 8:15: p.m. missed were not present I was then turned over to Rev. H reelected vice chairman) of the
marks. during the week. The first on be remembered.At a spiritual. feast long to V. Steward, his text was "Meet- Baha'i Assembly for the coming
We have begun a rally for the< Monday, May 5, will be held at the 11 ing friends with Friends" which Baha'i year.
o'clock
church and each member is askedto the home of Mr. and Mrs. Na- worship our was very timely.
do his or her very best. thaniel Foster, 4001 La Playa from pastor the was at his best speaking Choir No. 1 rendered music BETHEL A.M.E.
Blvd., Coconut Grove; the secondon Lord's" subject, ""Stay on The along with Mrs. G. McFord at the
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST May 7, at the home of Mr. members Plantation. Slxty-lne organ and Usher Board No. 2 Cherry Anna Mills, reporter
and Mrs. George A. Herbert were given the right served.At Rev. S. A. Cous pastor
hand of
I Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor 3325 SW 81st ave., and the last fellowship. 7 pjm. devotion was led by
Oretha Holder reporter meeting of the week at the homeof Sunday night at 7 o'clock the the pastor. He preached from 2nd the Sunday was an exciting day for
members of Greater Bethel
fi "0 give thanks unto the Lord Mrs. Henning Heidi, 3024 Kirkat. deacons opened up with devotion Cor. 7:14. Theme, "Meeting God's for
moving pictures takes
for he is good, His mercy en. ., Coconut Grove.EBENEZER al services. The No.' 2 choir was Condition with Prayer" The to film the "Afroan were Methodist
in charge and spirit ws high and everyone was
the
dureth forever in keeping this ushers were Story" which will be shown allover
commandment the services at Mt. METHODISTRev. at their posts. Rev. Swain delhM blessed. the world.
Calvary began with the Sunday ered the message "Looking Fora Four members Joined the
., A. D. Hall pastor Christian family. Our famous male
School at 9:45: with Bro. Mann City. The morning speaker was Presiding -
r acting, superintendent for the< Ernestine Hanbrick, reporter Services this Sunday will begin choir rendered music with Mrs. ElderW.' B, Coffey whose

morning, the school was of large If it is impossible to shirk any at the usual time, The No. 1 Hlggs at the organ Usher Board topic was uplifting, The combined -
j' attendance as usual. responsibility that rightfully be. choir will be in charge of song No.1 served. choirs were like Angels
At 11 am. an inspiring devotional longs to us. We may deny that 1. service. singing from IlNLVcn
t' service was conducted by is ours, may refuse the duty or We extend a special invitationto FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. One member was added to the

Bro. Florance, with prayers of the blame that attaches to it, but all visitors. C. J. Burney, pastor membership of our Christian
i' soul-stirring and uplifting hymn the responsibility we cannot es Claudia Wilson i family.
I and the 'IHoly Spirit seemed to cape. BETHANY S. D. A. reporterWe I The P. H. Felder Board was
have been in our midst. The The Sunday School Is really were blessed to have an- ;. In charge of the evening worship)
I church was filled to capacity. The putting on the new look. "Trainup Elder C. B. Rock, pastor other glorious time Sunday. At 7 The speaker was Dr. Taylor.
i pastor then came before us with the child in it's infancy, and Mrs. O. Evelyn Tynes, reporter ajn. we began making ready to hundred
I the morning's message, "T h e when it is grown it will not depart go down to the Jordan and be a Eight dollars was
Works Ha rid 1 the voice of Jesus callIng raised from the calender rally.
Greatness of His the from him. I witness to the Holy Rite of baptism
mesage was well delivered I ''Don't forget parents, send or "Who will go and work today i of which a large numberwas The Junior choir elected its officers
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockthe bring your child to Sunday School ? Thus was the question which : able to put on the whole armor for the year' idly Curry.
each person who attended t he of faith president; Barbara Bush, vice
baby contest between Michele each Sunday at 9:30 and help tu I
Stephens and Samuel Thomas to have the best Sunday School : Sabbath service at Bethany SDA Then Sunday School and on president; Helen Mitchell secretary -
Church was confronted with I ; Beverly Clarke parliamentarian
,
on
Into the
closed. The proud winner was yet. regular service where
t Attchele daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The young people are doing a Sabbath, March 26. It was Colporteurs the Holy Spirit met us again as ; Anthony Jones chaplain
J. Stephens wonderful job in youth Fellowship Day, and we had an our pastor, delivered the morning i
overflow
of Colporteurs from allover ] MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev.
Sunday might devotional. service movement. Yes, it's Youth Fellowship the message with much power fromon
South Florida Our
was conducted by the dea each Wednesday at 7 p.m. area. high. D. A. Bradley pastor
own pastor was the speaker for
cons. The church was again full In the basement of the church. the hour. The evening message was Llllie R. Smith, reporter
to capacity. The Holy Ghost was All young people of the church brought, to us by Rev. W. F.
,In our midst when, Rev.: Chalk are expected to be present Greater and greater things are Tanner Jr., pastor of St John Unity is strength Strength is
came before us with the night's The pastor will speak at both taking place among the membersof Baptist Church Ormond Beach. power. The auxiliaries of the
message, "I Find no Fault In This services on Sunday. He will also Bethany and school. On the He came to us in the spirit of the church are working together. We
Man. After services we were administer the Holy Communion 15th of May the Academy is presenting Lord. His sermon was inspiring.Our are soliciting; the prayers of
honored to have the Southland i it both services.Calling a two act operetta in the visitors and friends are always !- everyone that we win continue
Singers present to render a short all women of the Academy auditorium. It's titled, welcome: to worship with us .to work together and grow in the
program in behalf of our rally. church: You are expected to be "Aunt Druslla's Garden." Among visitors were Mr. and grace of God.
b our puyets lei I cu rcmenkbtr Mrs. M. Hogan, Sister Janie Hol- The SundaySchool
preent' at the church Monday The long awaited date for the was underway
f the sick and those In need of light, May 5. Business of impor- end of the rally among the men olova. at 930 sire A most submls
spiritual guidance. And to the ance. Is now set. Sabbath, May 17 will live and informative lesson was
public you are welcome to worship ,The Methodist Men cordially i be Men's Day. The rally actually NEW BETHEL BAPTIST discussed and taught by Bra.

with us at all times. Invite you to attend a musical : climaxes Sunday night. May 13. 1571 N.W. 68th! Terr Smith and highlighted by Rev.
I extravaganza Thursday night, By the way have you visited Rev. G. Jones pastor Bradley.The .
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN May 8 at 8 o'clock In the base- the big tent in Coconut' Grove at ?undav School ......... 9-43 an. morning- message was sub
I ; ment. There will be many groups the corner of Douglas and Prow? Doming worship! ......... llOtSvenlnt : mitted by Rev. Richardson. The
' I Rev. James Culmer, pastor to entertain you. No admission.Get I If you like good singing and plain worchID._ _' 7.T;:' message was Instructive and in
Eddie Edwards clerk your tickets now for a practical preaching you can't afford spirational.The .

Sunday''School' ......._... wo a.m Tight in Nassau" a straw ride .' to miss this meeting. Everyone ST. FRANCIS XAVIER evening message was spl-
Morning worship .............. 11:00 sponsored by S. U. B. No. 1 Monday is welcome. ritual and uplifting. It was de-
Westminister:Fellowship 6 p.m night May 12 at 7:30. The X.W 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. livered by the, pastor.
transportation will leave the 'I Phone P'RI ue VUitorr and friends are always
-
church at this time and journeyon USE OUR CLASSIFIED MAssrs welcome to attend our services.
to Richmond Heights for a ally -2 SJ& Prayer meeting is held every
Drive Carefully! night of fun. Round trip 75 cents. COLUMNS FOR RESULTS! Sunday 7 ajn. ft 130: LID. Tuesday sight at 1 'doc'k.THE .







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MALE. Three young aggressivemen NOW RENTINGAT
to introduce an insurance association -
# to prospective owner- LOW SUMMER
s1w0. members. Great opportunity for
WEEKLY RATES
advancement and managerial po '
sition. Interview by appointment
ONLY. Phone Mr. Boykin at $21.00 Per Person

NE 3-2759 or write Box 85, care Single Occupancy
of Miami Times. MlO
$15.00 Per Person I

BARBERS for newly remodeled >Double Occupancy
shop. Apply 1486 NW 5th place.
4t Telephone, shower or (bath maid
n t service, wall to wall oarpetlngv/
sun deck ftnd 'lounge./
$1,000 or Your Lot

Winners in the baby contest sponsored went to Rose Mary Allen with $381, As down payment 3 bedroom 15 rooms av.llabat/ above
recently at Triumph Church, Prince D. Mother M. Furman, sponsor. Ray Anthony a rates, from May 1 through --No
Williams, pastor, are pictured above. new, on corner on two vember 15. Total of 52 rooms.
I |WInner with Lee Clark Martin}; $S75, Rev. C. Thomas, sponsor,
$456 was Rosalyn lots. 2901 NW 43rd Terr. +' I 4 "
sponsored by Sis. J. Hunter. Second prize got third prize. .
Hardwood floors. A beauty.

Lots for sale. Cash for your
Thank You t
lots. JE 81340. "ot.L
Baron

I In-Around The Bahamas 'We wish to take this method to Open 3-5 ,p.m.
thank all friends and well wishers 899 'N.W. 3rd Ave.
who visited the opening of our
By A. H. McKENZIEThe new home In Brownsville, and to Phone 'FR 1-1633

those who extended lovely gifts, beautiful cards, .florals, letters
Right Hon. Alan Lennox- .ng up here and there, and thereis and telegrams.Mr. .
Boyd, Secretary of State for the really a nice, little boom. and Mrs. John O. BarkleyAnnouncement Colored Beer and Wine Bar
Colonies, took flight on a Pan Onions, a basic crop of the island,
American clipper on Apirl 13 for has come back into its own, andis and building. 3 stores, 2
New York, on his ,return to Lon going at a peak of 650 bags: per apartments Good corner. FOR SALE '
don. lie spent a wee In the Ba- week..
hamas on "serious business' and Terms. PRIVATE GASOLINE
recommended four additional Bahamian grown cucumbers Mrs. Ruth Ogle ,of Nashville,
Mats in the House of Assembly! are going over in a big way at N.C. was married to Alexander STATION
for New Providence where Nas- Andros. Recently more than 400 Lucas Jr., formerly of Washington 5801 N.W. 22nd .Ave.
sau is located, universal adult tons were shipped by air to the DjC. on Thursday, May 1 With garage for repair
male Andros Island at the parsonage of the St. Matthew NE 59152FOR
suffrage, labor laws. Hi United States by the -
AMEZ Church, 1623 NW 20 Years In ''B"ms Place/
recommendations are to become Company Limited. The crop
effective before the end of this was grown on a 115-acre farm 5th court. Due to illness, all equipmentat
year. near Mastic Point. low price
The company took over the
The Secretary visited Crooked Chamberlain 9,000 acre estate RENT Come and see for yourself
Island, Acklins, Exuma and some three years and started ag-
Eleuthera during his stay, seeing ricultural development. Its main I Beautiful new CHICO'S
.. the annual boat races at Exuma, crop is melons, but unfavorable
and the poultry farms and other 'weather last winter forced the RestaurantPartly SERVICE STATIONCor.
places' of interest at Eleuthera. farm to grow cucumber. Modern furnished Ideal.
farming equipment is used and NW 5th Ave. & 9th St.
George Town, Exuma, came to about 200 persons are employed. f'1b I ly located at 5994 N.W.
life .in a big way April 10-13 22nd Ave. Phone FR 1.1830
when the fifth annual Out IslandRegatta Contract has been awarded to For additional information
was held. Beautiful extend Prince George Wharf by call NE 5-4760
George Town Harbor was the 550 feet. The cost is estimated at ,
scene of more than 80 boats of $607,600'and the work will begin after 4 p.m. ,or before .... ....- ......... ...... -
all ,description from ordinary early in July. This extension will 9 a.m.
dh'hies to luxury yachts. give the wharf a length of 1,150 FOR SALEGOOD USE OUR CLASSIFIED

feet add to the accommodation RESULTS.
COLUMNS FOR

cleared When the away smoke"Kleeror of the Naomi contest," I of new ships look.and give Nassau harbora transportation.RUNNING Reasonable.car, fine Call for Drive Carefully ...... ... ... ...., ............. po- ... ...

owned by Commissioner R. H. at 1312 NW 68th St.
Culmer at Arthur's Town, Cat Mrs. Ellen Strachan, 66, passed!
.
Island was winner for the second .r .alrti r
I
away last Friday. Funeral services NEWLY OPENED to colored .*
year, in the big sloop race, beat- will be conducted on Fri- Close to stores, churches, schools,
ing Charity B. from Mangrove day by her youngest son, the buses and Jitneys. Three bedroom, *w
Cay, Andros, by a minutes and 15" Rev. Dudley Strachan, at St. 1 bath CBS house. Eight years 'F.I +
seconds. In the B class, "Ego, Agnes Church. She is survived by old. Parkay flooring, large living ,
sailed by Capt. Hezron Moxey of four sons, three daughters, 18 I room, dining room, tiled bath .
Ragged Island, won over grandchildren 7 great grand and kitchen pantry, two porches, z
owned Aviel
"Brothers, by children. Friends In Miami will I garage, toofa od. $14,500 or no
Maycook of Farmers' Cay, Ex- I remember that she spent several reasonable offer refused. 1600 NW
tuna. Most of the racing crafts years there in hUII It.al. 56th st., PL 8-9241. No liens or
were from Andros. home. :
mortgages against 'K
The Rev. Dudley Strachan was
atAbraham'
A five-minute freak storm ordained ss a deacon In the Anglican CASH for your older house Is no
Bay Mayaguana, Church. problem to get IF priced right rwf
boats the tune
several to
damaged
Many clients on mv waiting list,
of sfighUy'damaged.SI.120. Two. homes were Horation LJghtbourn of North I BUT I'm so busy during the day
Victoria Hill, San Salvador, died So, please call MU 8-. 544 after

The body of Wlkfred Bethel at the Princess Margaret Hospital 6 p.m. Mr. Wayne, agent. if
the week buriedon
was
was found In the water st Dun- during Tuesday. and Beautiful blue evening dress,
Island April
Haifcor ,
more Town.
worn only once. Nice buy at reasonable -
14. A coroner's Inquest revealed "The House on Calamity St," a price. Size 14. Prom girls "Man! That "
that death drowning.was caused Bethel by had accidental lived - three-act play written by the take note. Phone PL 1-8254. 21 old feeling!

at that island for about 40 Rev. John Taylor, has had three Grand year
performances with each having a HOUSE. $11,500, $1,200 down,
;Years. capacity house of over 1200. $85 a month 1489 NW 57th st.

To provide accomodation for 13 Everybody is loud in praising this Perk vp your pep, last I If you feel "iorderline Fatigue"

been more men, a the second Southern storey Police has for as another this Bahamian great dramatic playwright.success LOTS.NW 09th Landscaped st. and 24th corner ave.,Lots 80x109 in what Bexel Special Formula Vitamins will do- nly 6j o day!*

put on Rev. Taylor is assistant priestat Liberty City or Brown Subdivtfion. -
Station. The new addition has 13 St. Agnes Church. We build to suit on our 80 often,today's food art laeldnfla with this economical' 1tanti*
rooms, a mess hall and a recreation lot or yours. We take cars of all Ihs vitamins, the minerals you 'laturanes"-only* a day. lit
The recreation rooms
room. Cub for lot the hsslthy thing to dot
that formerly on the first financing.' paid your nssd-Mrry rfaf-to ICMP Jour
were
or home. JE 8-1340. Baron. with YitaU" .
body ehsrpd
floor, have been converted into Call TAYLORFR
trffices. Aral Special Formula Vitamins'"r6rKM fa/feu" lice
FOR RENT can bslp you have rich ncI blood Outi *yMpfe"": /bek ./ ptf,,
Real estate development at aouruh brain and all your ... f
9-1703 ROOM in private home in Liberty to your 1lHplIia. poor o
tbnuna is giving the place a look IrottU i, sot;
Call NE 4-8495 Friday or ,vital orans-to help you w.na. // your
brand new look. Buildings a go- Monday City. only. wsU,(M|wtll,think wsll-b*afore Jrse local, tot Uu rasa ./
tUamln and mf Mrs)
atert. Because one dally capsule fnlooi
I esd1ftCi tu, SM what a pro*
HOUSES !In Bunche Park, 2601 contains smiting Dn and all ./ Ball BP1d41 To.
NW 182 Terr. Phone NA 1-2053. stntlsl B vitamin,vta more thin Ors a.aia Vu..IM mill del'tent.
mlO flrs times your dally Iron rsqulrs
STAR MEAT MARKET So supplement your food
ROOM FOR COUPLE. Phone
NA 4-1563. Call after 6 pjn. '
BEXEL ft o' VITAMINS

1520 N.W. 62nd StreetY'Hg ROOM in private home for single
man. PL 76015.TWOBEDROOM. tuAjUNTtci Either you look better, feel'betur
after one bottle of Bexel-or your money back.
apartment. 2304 TiWs a ember t/1M Bml fsmiff VtimitM
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DUNBAR ELEMENTARY I.who suffered injuries as the' result -

It'f IN SCHOOLS Fourth grade pupils from Miss I We of rejoice a fall. with Mrs. Alice

; .HAPPENINGS 1 OUR Savage's class presented a Nature Jones Hawkins and husband Dr.

\ ._. .- on ...... to ... ..........- in Spring program for Participants theregu1'ar i G. W. Hawkins over the announcement -
assembly program.! that their daughter
I
I THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" I I IJjl ting ready for the trip to Washington included Sharon Lightsey, Anna Jean, is the valedictorianof
I D. C. to the Patrol Convention M.C.; Kenneth Stewart, Lola I the senior class of Booker T.Washington .
PACE 14. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1968 The boys, along wtih the Rudlsel, Thomas Turner, Joyce High Like her parents -
sponsor, Mr. Thomas A. Pogue, Mitchell and Sharaveen Brown, she is an excellent student
will leave May 8 for a full week- also included in the singing group but has to devote to many extracurricular

B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL NORTH DADEJR..S end in Washington. were Leccie Bell, Freddie Brown activities. Congratulations -
Jr -I Joseph Dear, Michael Morgan .
I. Mrs. Gloria Lacey, one of our
The homemaking department I (Last Monday, North D a second grade teachers, is on the Alva Rolle Judy Steen and James Mrs. D. L. Sanford was elected
presented an exciting show of I decked with beautiful flowers ill list. We are all wishing her a Thomas. I I president of PTA District 10. The
new styles and colors for spring's :from numerous well-wishers, speedy recovery and hope she We extend our sympathy to meeting was held at the Blanche
"new look" in auditorium. In- opened her doors to an overflow- will ;be back with us soon. Mrs. Betty Burroughs over the Ely High School of Pompano.
't eluded in the wardrobes for'ing crowd that had come to wit- Mrs. Alese Gill, principal loss of her father, Mr. Jones, of -- -
t, teeners were fashions highlighted ness the dedication and open Alexine DeLancy, reporterR. Fort Lauderdale April 21, '
in casuals, playclothes and house of the school. Platform ASTHA'IATICSI
Little Randal first
I guests Introduced by Mrs. Ida R. MOTONThe Chatfield a
,
party attire. Miss Beverly, con- grader was buried April 22. He .r -
sultant during the presentation, Ratcliffe, included members of :=.
annual PTA Spring Musi- was the victim. eating poisoned
the County School Board, County
was happy to talk about fabrics, cal and Fashion Tea was a huge berries. eye
k patterns, styling and sewing school administrators, principals workers success. As was promised, beau- 'Mrs Clarice R. Little is backin .. .
outstanding community ,
problems of the girls. tiful ladies and handsome men school after being out with a
I architects and the family of our
'Charmaine Marks, Fannie Herring principal; Clifford Matthews, promenaded across a platform in pulled muscle. Also Mrs. Arlene J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE
the latest fashions. The PTA Williams of the custodial staff 1410 N.W.2nd St., Miami, Pie
dedication
Carol Ann Johnson, George chairman of the cere .
entertained to the highest
Littles, Celsar Culver, Daniel mony, presided. really up
and Mrs Alma Brooks principal of with the tea and program and
Akins, Celestine Sarrett Mar-I ,
tha Alford are anxiously awaiting' Bunche Park Elementary, was its prominent participants. A PREPARE MODERN YOUNGSTERSFOR
1 the results of the Merit Scholar- captivating in her introduction of superb affair it was Mrs. W. A.
I ship test which they took in the dedication speaker, Dr. Joe Kelly served as chairman of the ACTIVE
April 29. i !Hall, superintendent of Dad e I program committee, and Mrs. A.
County Board of Public Instruction P. Keener chaired the fashion

Seniors have made another Dr. Hall, an eminent orator, committee. (
change in their calendar. This highlighted his address by out- We are still receiving out
time 'the class play, "Spring lining three steps to be followedin standing compliments on the exhibit lwW
Fever" has been postponed until the preparation for a future as displayed at the recent
May 13. I : (A) Attainment of skills in the FSTA meeting. A huge tree depicting ;
(fundamental processes. (8)) Ac- the growth in word power -
Spring registration began April from the first sixth
through
quisition of skill in the use of our '
30. All students registered for hands. (C) Development of grades was a fine replica of the = with Holsum
classes for the coming year. Report soundness of character and Integ- curriculum here at Moton.
cards were also distributed. rity. Dr. Hall expressed the belief Samples of pupils classroom love meat-
The cards indicated the progress, that if the school attain these work added to the true meaning CHILDREN hunch
if any, all students made duringthe ideals for its pupils and developin j I I| of the display.It 'e <
second week period. them the ability to see things boxes include better- .
oversight
was an on our
Parents held the annual tea in beyond the present they will part that we neglected to let you tasting sandwiches.
the patio on last Sunday. A well have served their purpose in per- know of the beautiful school directory -
planned program and refreshments petuating and improving the way of a dark bronze mahogany '4 Nutritious Holsum
h of life laid out by our fortfathers.
were enjoyed by all. More finish which now graces our *
Premium Quality
than $100 was raised at this (Music for the occasion was front corridor; also four evergreen .
event. Mrs. ,Annie M. Johnsonwas provided by the school band and potted palms for the foyer Bread always means
chairman. 'chorus. The combined group, under and cafetorium stage. These are
1Get the direction of Messrs. Jones all visible efforts of our PTA extra good flavor!
your subscription early and I and McCall, beautifully rendered They add charm to our sur
win a trip to Nassau. Band parents the selection, "God of Our Fath- roundings.This .
are searching the communityfor
ers" I I
persons who would like to take After the dedication, open house week will include May ..
this trip. All persons who pur was held and guests were served Day exercises on Friday May 2.
chase tickets or give donationsto light, refreshments in the cafe- Mr. M. Poole and Mrs. B. J.
the drive for band uniforms
Thomas are completing plans fox
will be accorded a special treat teria.Wednesday night, Willie Lewis, the physical education depart- qViaA
on May 15 when the band givesa who comes to us on internshipfrom ment presentation. Mrs. G. G.

special concert for the patrons. Bethune-Cookman College, Harris, chairman of the May Day _"MI" *.m..uiIAMIMMV '.
This is a special announcementto I will sponsor a gymnastic carnival Committee, has elaborate plans Mill
all clubs, sororities, fraterni- I The event is planned as a for an enjoyable day. Popular AtWMM
votes cast for the May King and
ties and special groups who give culminating activity for the unit
Queen resulted in the selection of
gymnastic stunts. Forty dare-
special citations scholarships
etc. to students of Booker Tt, devils of the mats will go throughthe Leroy Russ, a 5th: grader from SERVE HolSUDl Bread
Mrs. E. S. Evans' class and
i Washington High. Awards Day intricate tumbles and spills IT WITH
has been set for May 22. Please they perfected under Mr. Lewis' Juanita Collins, 4th grader from O HOISUM ".w."> MKMS
Mrs. C. M. Foster's class as King
plan to make your presentationto supervision. The affair promisesto
and Queen. More details about
be quite entertaining.
the students at that time. No
May Day next week. Until then
other assemblies will be called Charles D. Wyche, principal
(Barbara\ Rollins, reporter we continue to plan and work
for presenations after this time.
with one thought "The Child is Amateur Night
E. Jenkins
Dorothy reporter "
Our First Consideration. '
UBERTY CITY ELEM.The 1 '
Linnle W. Fannln principal TUESDAYNassau p1

first grade classes held. Dorothy S. Sawyer, reporter
G. W. CARVER HIGH I NightTHURSDAY
their first spelling bee contest on

Attentlonl! Attention! The Friday, April 18, which included: ;
scoop of the ;year! The Junior 32 students. The first elimination I ELNORA
class i greatest events of the ;year. "A second was a grade group elimination SUNDRIES
Night at The Stork Club" on which was in the formof NW 3rd Ave. & 6th St.
Monday night, May 5 in Carver's a written test from'which the Headquarters for your
fabulous cafetorium. The music ten highest scores were chosen to MIAMI TIMES If you live out No Admission No Cover

will be furnished by Billy Rolle's participate in the finals. The Brownsville way No Minimum Package
All Star Band. Come and see winners were Carroletha Clarke WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE Store Price k ,t$"
Hollywood stars of tomorrow. from Mrs. Ernestine Collins class; WE SERVE

Admission fifty cents, single, ; 75 I I Cambridge second place from was Miss Euphemia BlanchJohnson's Foremost Ice Cream Friday Saturday .Sunday ?
cents couple. For table i*+erva-
tlons call HI 4-1535 and for tic and third place was Phone NE 4-9441 Wally Firtch and the .:

kets see any member of the Junior John Williams from Mrs. HazelLevan's C-Major Quintette
class. This is a dress affair. class. 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. .
April 29 was registration for Vanilla William . .'
The orange and green chapterof all new first graders. Many first FINCHER, M0r.
the National Honor Society hat graders, along with their parents fad Exotic Dancer yMR xrA
selected its members for the year.I I came out and can't seem to i, Nand
These students were selected on wait until September comes to starring . .
the basis of their scholastic really be in school.
achievements, character and per I Who will be the King and CHICKIE HORNE (Madam .Effie Throckbottom)

sonalities. Each ;year for the past Queen of the May Festival Come
number of years the Society and out on .Friday afternoon May 9 If you happen to see a leak Your Host BENNIE "KINGFISH" HARVEY
its sponsors have selected its at 2 p.m. to our May Festival
members from the 10th to the and, see the King and Queen Call me. donl wait until =11 -
they will crowned. nextw..k.
12th cradeS'the same as I
do- this yeaf.The organization I The Student Council was very When next week relic
welcomes its new members. They successful In carrying out its round,
are Roslyn Martin, Scelva I Color ,Day program. The orange LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL:
Adams Helen Burney, Sondra 'and green made a beautiful,sight The rain will earns down. .

Johnson, Jeanette Sherman, Bernice in and around the classrooms And
whoa the rain
Miles, James Woodard Phyl Congratulations to the first grade oomMdown Booker Terrace Motel
Johnson and Llnnie Hoibs.The class"of Mrs. Ruble Mlzell who
Won the first prize for having the ocnt make a dime.Rtquoat .
4-H Club is busy planningfor most pupils dressed in orange
the future. On June 4th.some and green. The second grade you eave tlm., 1 A few permanent rooms available ,

of the members who have'com class of Mrs. Maggie Scott won And gain a dl", ..
pleted sufficient recOrds: will attend I Second place and the fourth I 'For as low as $18.00 per week

State 4-H Short course In grade classes of Mrs. Elry Sands I II '
Tallahassee. Four of its members and Mr. Arlington Smith tied for frCOOPER Kitchenettes only $22.50 per week
entered projects in the County I third place. The color day program
Youth Fair. These girls were was enjoyed by all. e INCOMING TELEPHONE
Yvonne Poppa, Karen Lang, I Mrs. Rose Fisher and Mrs. & SON
Dressler Bartlett and Yours Mayme, Johnson, the mother and CALLS
4 Truly. The awards given ranged aunt of Mrs. Rose A. Stewart, Roofing P R E E I ELECTRICITY, CAS
Company
from 25 cents to $2.00 and color- our curriculum assistant, really o USE OF SWIMMING:
ribbons.' enjoyed their stay in Miami and POOL
Ellen Bethel, reporter we were very fortunate to have 6306 N.W. 18th Ave
them visit us here at Liberty City Air conditioning available for small extra charge
Elementary. Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Phone PL 4-7033
Johnson are from New Haven, NEwton 5-2581 4200 N.W. 27lh Ave.

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CARD OF THANKSThe THE MIAMI TIMES ''The p. 1.., New.pa

.- MEMORIALS family of the late I SATURDAY,MAY 3,1958. ' '" :PAGE, 1

MRS. LILLIAN BASDEN ...... ... .. .
wishes to express sincere thanksto

our many friends, neighborsand April 26. Arrangements are incomplete TRINITY LEyJir J
,
IN co-worker for their wordsof
MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe lie Is survived by a
comfort, floral offerings, tele- wife Alice. Rev. George B. Johnson, pastor:
loving memory of our dear family of the late grams, cards of condolence, and Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter

mother, grandmother and great JAMES DEAN, SR. other expressions of sympathy.We John Edward Arnold of 6329 Sunday School .................. 0 *tn.

grandmother EDITH GREENAGE, BARROWwho who died April 18, 1958 take this wish to thank the pastor NW 12th pice, died April 24 at Morning worship .._............... 11:00
method of its Young People's Meeting 5 pjn.
expressing thanks
and members of Paravilla Convalescent Home.
departed this life on May 4, and Trinity W. M.
1957. appreciation to the many Church, also the pastor of Temple Funeral was held April 28 at
friends who were so kind. Thanks Bbenezer Methodist Church, with MT. SINAI PLANSHOMECOMING
We cannot, Lord, thy purpose see Baptist Church and Its choir,
for
But all Is well that's done by Thee cards, flowers, telegrams. Mrs. Doris McPhee, organist. Rev. Aaron Hall officiating. Sur-
The Family Special thanks to Rev. E. A. Cul- She's gone but not forgotten. vivors are his wife, Elizabeth, a
mer and the Francis Funeral Sleep on, dear mother take daughter, Naomi, a grand

IN MEMORIAM Home.lows Lodge Again for thanks everything.to Odd Fel- your loved rest, we loved you but God daughter, Rosczena Knight. The entire membership of the
you best. She leaves to Mt. Sinai Church 1419
Baptist
In sad but loving memory of Mrs. Ella Dean, wife mourn Jeffrey Sheldon Collins, the :2 a ,
5th place of which Rev. S. A.
dear husband Mr. James Dean Jr., son Two month old of Francis
our father and daughters, one grandson, son Mary Thomas is the pastor is making
grandfather, a mother, three sisters, and a host Collins died April 22. Graveside elaborate plans lor their forthcoming
ALBERT E. BASTIAN SR. of relatives and friends. service was held Monday at 10
who departed this life May 2, CARD OF THANKSThe I am at Lincoln Cemetery. Sur- date has been Homecoming set for Sunday Day. May The
1951., Gone, but not forgotten. vivors are, mother, Mrs. Mary 18.
family of the late This is a date that you should
May he rest In Collins, grandmother and grand-
peace. MRS. ELLEN
circle
LOUISE CLEARS in book because
your memory -
The DEATHSRange father.
Key Family West wish to express sincere thinks: to after going, it is one that
. our many friends for their wordsof you'll forver remember, If you
\ Mrs. Ernestine Rush 420 NW
,
comfort letters, cards of con can appreciate soul stirring ser
dolence telegrams, floral pieces, 17th st., died April 15 at Jack- vices.
and other expressions of . son Hospital. The body was
sympa-
GOINGBAREFOOT shipped to Laster Funeral Homein Plan to come throughout the
I r thy.We also wish to thank Elder; Mrs. Miner Rushin of 423 West Tallahassee. Funeral service day because special services will
C. B. Rook for the wonderful 23rd St., Hialeah, died April 25. was held April 20. Survivors are be rendered in honor of all old;
message of comfort that was She is survived by Mrs. Essie her husband, Lewis, a daughter, and former 'members, as well as
Can Be brought to us. Reid of New York City. Services mother, Mrs. Curley Mae Rich old friends of the church where
We wish to especially mentionour were conducted on Wednesday at ardson; father, Nathan. you are never a stranger

I COSTLYJohnson old neighbors of 18th St. and Bethel AME Church of Hialeah, The guests will be honored: with
Eddie Clarence Warren Jr.
1st place, our new neighbors of with Rev. Burroughs officiating. delicious old t trne dinners alter
K,.. 2301 NW 65th st. and the United Burial was conducted at Lincoln. one month old son of Mr.' and the services. This will be at no
Mrs. Eddie C. Warren Sr., of
Home Owners Association of to the '
chfl.w.'s .1.. 2220 NW 51st terr., died April 15 expense guests.
22nd for their kind Andrew J. Williams of Homestead
ave. Heights -
........ ...
(Burial held Whether is for'
hunger
remembrances and everyone else died at his home April 23. was on Monday, April your spiritual -
k..... 1.. for everything they have done to I Survivors are his parents and 21 at Lincoln. or life food, you ,will 'be
....... ..... help during our bereavement. I I widow of MInona, Miss. filled when you worship with the
YaluV Mrs. Willie Mae Hamilton 1324 Mt. Sinai family on Homecoming
rMa.N _h Special___ .._thanks... .._ .L.to 'Richardson. NW 1st place, died April 15. Day
xunerai tiome lor mew courteous Francis
.. and efficient service. . Funeral service was held Thurs-

at..n l .. Mrs. Carlton Finley, daughter day, April 24 at Israel Bethel
.......... j (Mrs. Quaveadies McPhee, Charlie March of 15833 Bunchr Church at 2:30: p.m. Rev. P. D.
.. ...... r T I It l daughterMr. East Drive, died April 26. Funeral) Brantley officiated. Survivors are Dine At the home of

r... ...... Harrison Cleare, son service was held on April 30 at two sisters, Mrs.Charlie Mae FbODS
Mpg. Mt. Zion Baptist Church at 2:30: Walker, and Mrs. Gladys Matthews FINE
"' p.m. with Rev. J. J, Williams of. two brothers, Samuel D.
CARD OF THANKSThe flciating. Survivors are wife Isa Williams and Thomas Williams. .
belle, niece, Mrs. Jennie Mingo, J
and Sons family ALEX of COX the late four brothers, three sisters. MOM'S KITCHEN

Shoe Shop wishes to thank the many friendsfor Mrs. Daisy Williams, 229 NW ST. JAMES BAPTIST

6570 N.W. 16th Are. cards letters, telegrams and 15th st, died April 23 at Jack 323 N.W. 14th St. 6666 N.W. 15th AT*.
floral offerings during the sudden I son Hospital. Funeral was held Rev1. J. L. Johnson, pastor
REPAIRING death of their beloved one. God May 1 at Mt. Zion Baptist \vith Liberty City
bless each of you Rev. Edward T. Graham officia Sunday Services
W. Save Your ftol*.-Whllt You Mrs. Ella Cox, wife ting. Survivors are her husband, I Sunday School ............ 9:30 a.m. JM!. and Harriet, Prep
Walt Mrs. Susie Rhymes, mother Al, a son and two grandchildren. Morning Worship ....... 11:00: a.m. .
Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, sister 3TU .......................?...... 5:30 p.m.
Fine Shoe Repairing Miss Arlegia Rhymes, sister Charlie ght 18241 Homestead i Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m.
theM Shined and Dyed Mr. Theodore Adams, uncle ave. No. 2 of Perrine, died Visitors always welcome JOIN THE NAACP!
Phone PL 9.9190



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ERN IMPROVEMENT-- PROGRAM IS THE RESULT OF THE FINE
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at the ,same address AFTER the program. BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY L. L. BROOKS, Mgr.CARDS. .






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au 16 \ SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1958 Coconut Grove Dt. home of Dt. Lillian Smith on erts, Madie Smith and Bertha
The f'People Charles Ave., whose husband lies Lewis will be in charge of deco-
THE MIAMI TIMES Newspaper" Elks EntertainedBy seriously ill Dt. Amelia Shavers rations.
presented a purse from the
DT. EDNA \DAVIS Temple to Dt. Smith. Late in the
IL C OL E. Wright, Carver; Susan Butler, On Sunday morning, April 27, afternoon, the daughters return.
Bethune, and Delores Hart a large number of Dt. Elks all ed to their homes quite happy VALUE VALUE
lu MARIANS Bunche Park. Program committee from Greater Miami Temple, filled and spiritually stronger with a 12th Ave and 58th St
'UI members were Mesdames several pews in St. Paul AJMB prayer on their lips for the part
Pauline Willis and E) McBride .Church and listened to a wonderful that they are able to play in this 5 Bedrooms 2 Baths
ORGANIZE Williams, both of Northwestern. world.
Mrs. D. L. Sanford of sermon by Rev. T. C. Dt. Mae Lovely CBS, partly furnished
Dunbar Lily loom has returned
Kelly. Dt. Ruler Ellen Taylor and tile roof, hardwood floors. $3,500
f Mrs. Henrietta Smith of the was program chairman. Dt. Myrtle Davis, both spoke to her home, from the hospital cash win handle. Reduced to-
Mrs. E. E.
is Blanche Ely High School, Pompano Broughton presidedat when presented and represented much improved. Daughters are $19,500 for quick sale.
, was elected State Chairmen the business meeting held in their Temple, with dignity and urged to visit her, send flowersor
of the Florida State Association the Northwestern library from culture. The group donated $20 a get-well card to 2325 NW CHECK THIS CBS
I of School Librarians a 4:30 to 6 pm. At that time the \o Pastor Kelly, for which he was 155th: St., Opa Locka. These ges-
section of the Florida State proposed constitution for the Librarians grateful. tures will help to cheer Dt. Isom. $1,390 CashNeat
Section was read and Dt. Deputy Marie White madea
Teachers Association on last Friday After the service they gathered and clean, 2 bedrooms 1
,
ratified. This was followed by hurried trip to Ocala and Or-
A
afternoon. Mrs. Lucille Ilolt
Sn the
new and beautiful home of bath, partly furnished. EZ
election of officers: for the ensuing lando last weekend. The deputy payyment. *
t S. liday, Bond School Tallahassee
; Dt. Davis .
where a dinner was Near 58th St., $11,500 total.,
year. The 1959 Annual three- keeps busy and on the go.
Mrs. Hattie Pompey, Carver High, well
prepared and served by the
i Delray Beach and G. Juanita I day meeting of the Florida State following CALL OR VISIT
Daughters:: Josie Rob IDt. Olivia Rogers states that It-
Association of School Libraries is
fumes, A. L. Lewis were elected erts, Carlee Daniels Gold
scheduled for Tampa. Annis tickets are moving at a rapid Coast Realty
vice chairman secretary and reporter -I Thompson, Muriel Culmer, Elizabeth pace for the 500 Tea, which is
respectively. I Espy Johnson, and Esteile always held on Mother's Day, 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Preceeding the business meetIng I RecreationalCommittee Jrown. Nothing was left undonefor Sunday, May 11, 4-6 pjn. will be PL 4-8508
35 librarians enjoyed a noon the comfort and happiness of the time in the spacious Long- 1
i luncheon at the Holmes Eetnen- ,, to Hold the daughters who could not find shoreman Auditorium, 816 NW
try School. At 1:30 the group met words enough to thank their 2nd ave. D t. Mallie Hunter will
at the home of the Dennis Smiths MeetingThe daughters. who reside in Coconut be the speaker and'' there will be I
where they were Joined by IS Grove. After dinner was 'over, several,musical selections by outstanding -
other librarians lor .an Authors-I'I'f' I Dade County CommitteeFor they formed a motorcade to the talent. Dts. Irene Rob Drive Carefully Ix. !
Librarians Frocrssnv. ;Jlostmaiad Recreational Development is
,I Du Jardia,. author ol 11 books of sponsoring a public meeting on >>.
particular interest 'to teenace girls Thursday May 8 at 8 pjn. at ML
spoke about her development Tabor Baptist Church Rev. J. N.
from a reporter on a Chicaff Hi h Byrd. pastor. The purpose of this Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT .i
School paper to a writer of radio meeting is to complete plans and
soap opera, short ah:rt stories work toward securing more adequate -
adult novels and finally to the well equipped supervised OR CALL, TODAY. . PL 7-1645 1
popular teenage novels. Jean playgrounds for the Dade Coun-
Latham winner of the 356 New- jty community. !
bery award for her Carry On.I I
Mr. BowditcV a scientist I The sociology class at Northwestern
: turned author. Her biographies of Senior High School, Mrs. -L:
historical Cruses attract the attention Lemmie Mitchell, teacher, has
of adolescent boys. With been engaged in a special study
humor. Miss Latham told of the'I'I of playgrounds for the past several -
research needed for these books weeks. Members of the class
and explained by way of a com I are circulating a petition design I J
work sheet for her current book ed to secure the interest of the ,
\ "On State,, Mr. Jefferson" about I community in establishing play ,
the life and times of the actor, I areas for residents of all ages.
J Joe Jefferson. I The Dade County Committee for
Corsages were presented to the Recreational Development is also
authors and to Mrs. E. E. Brough- working in conjunction with the I
ton of Tampa, past state chairmanof class in its project. II
the Librarians Section. Blue I I
white Members of the committee: are
and iris was arranged on
the mantel while yellow and red Rev. J. N. Byrd, Neal Adams,
hibiscus wreathed the punchbowlin Kenneth Williams, Eugene Kemp, .
) the dining room. Music was Dr. E. A. Ward, Anthony Simons,
Smith chairman, and Elliott J. Pieze.
provided by Jacqueline ,
daughter of the Dennis Smiths. The public is urged to attend ,
Local librarians appearing on this meeting and support the project
the program included Mrs. Ellen : of developing better recreational -
Pierce. Floral Heights; Mrs. Hazel I facilities in Dade.Robert 1 ,' II
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CITY WATER, CLOSE TO 2 BUSES AND ALL EDISON CENTER ;
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$595, DOWN r FOl/R/ (4) BEDROOMS :

r Beautiful / corner CBS, tile roof,
Corner 2 bedroom cute frame
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I nicely landscaped, ca porte, 1 bed..
home. Front screened porch, city room ha separate entrance. Can j

water, bathroom has tub and be used for income. Has lovely kit ;
Taylor, angered at the trouble-making activitieof shower. Close to buse East of NW chen, dining room, living room, 1 1p
his trigger-happy younger brother, ,John Cassavetes front porch, 4% 1st mortgage,
snatches the *ix>hooter from his hand in 1Saddle the 17th ave. New area. 60 x 140 lot Includes insuranceand !

Wind," exciting new M-G-M outdoor action-drama taxes. Priced at only $12,995.

Watching is Julie London, a bone of contention between ($1,495 DOWN No closing costs. Stove and refrig
the two brother The film I is now bowing 'at the Libcitj P erator goes with this nice home.

Drive-in. Buys this very clean 2 bedroom Close to 2 buses and Steven' Market

Edison Center home. $16.50 per Hurryl!

: week pays all. Only $9,000 total

L TV SICK ? price. No closing cost Priced very DUPLEXES

low for this area. Owner must'sell Live rent free by buying a good

duplex. Rent 1 tide, live in the
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. other apt free. We have leveralurry
H $795 DOWN Hurry real good buy, 2 bedroom, each

SAME DAY SERVICE For these beutiful new 3 bedroom ide. City water, modern 1 and 2

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS CBS homes. No closing costs. On year new.
I the waterfront, 2 left. See 1881to
1885 NW 155th St. in Opa
Picture Tube ; '
Spec Locka. Only 1 mortgage payment. INCOME 4 Apartment

17-iDch-$22.95 21.iDcb-$29.91 With built-in oven and range, close 3 Bedroom each
to public school and high school. Hallandale 1 year new CBS.
s LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN Yes I Priced at only $12,995 total. Yes, these contain 4 apartments.
Move right in. This is pt tustom Each has 3 bedrooms. Modern ,tile
Converter For Channel 17- 416.50 built home. Do not wait. Open this bathrooms, tub and shower. Owner

Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 Sunday from 1 to S p.m. anxious to ell. Good buy.r"

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939 N.W. 3rd Ave.

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